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Major Warning Issued As Kate Middleton Attends Trooping the Colour Amid Cancer Battle

As Princess of Wales Kate Middleton made her first public appearance at Trooping the Colour since her cancer diagnosis, a note of caution was sounded by a royal commentator regarding expectations surrounding her return to royal duties.

Accompanied by her husband, Prince William, and their children—Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis—Kate Middleton arrived at King Charles’ Birthday Parade to join in the celebrations.

This marked a significant moment since her announcement earlier this year.

Speaking to GB News, a royal expert highlighted the importance of the occasion, stating, “This is clearly very good news, very positive.

We’re going to see the Princess on an official public engagement for the first time since Christmas Day last year.”

However, the commentator also emphasized that this appearance does not signify a full resumption of Kate’s royal duties.

“But a note of caution, this is not the princess returning to a full schedule of engagements,” he cautioned fans and well-wishers.

Since her cancer diagnosis, Kensington Palace had indicated that Kate Middleton would attend public events based on her health and comfort levels.

Despite attending the parade and being present on the balcony at Buckingham Palace, it was stressed that her participation was part of a measured approach to public engagements.

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“She is expected to be riding in a carriage alongside her three children and watching the King’s Birthday Parade from the Wellington Office at Horse Guards Parade,” the commentator added, highlighting the carefully planned nature of her involvement.

Kate Middleton’s presence at Trooping the Colour event symbolizes her resilience and determination, garnering support and admiration from supporters worldwide.

Her selective return to public engagements underscores her commitment to balancing personal health considerations with her role within the royal family.