HEIR THIS Big change King Charles is making to Easter appearance with Kate Middleton & Prince William ‘not set to attend’

KING Charles is reportedly going to make a big change for this Sunday’s Easter church appearance.

Whilst the King is hoping to attend the royal family’s traditional Easter Sunday service, it is expected that Buckingham Palace will make special arrangements for a much-reduced crowd.

King Charles is set to make a big change to this Sunday's Easter church appearance
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King Charles is set to make a big change to this Sunday’s Easter church appearanceCredit: AFP

Whilst Kate and Will 'are not set to attend', Charles is thought to be minimising his contact with larger crowds to reduce risks as he continues his cancer treatment


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Whilst Kate and Will ‘are not set to attend’, Charles is thought to be minimising his contact with larger crowds to reduce risks as he continues his cancer treatmentCredit: AP

It comes after Princess Kate revealed that she is undergoing treatment for cancer
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It comes after Princess Kate revealed that she is undergoing treatment for cancerCredit: AP

She was forced to take time off following her abdominal surgery


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She was forced to take time off following her abdominal surgeryCredit: Getty
The Easter church appearance would be Charles’ first public appearance since the Princess of Wales revealed she has cancer.

Charles, 75, who has also been diagnosed with cancer, may attend the annual service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle alongside his wife, Queen Camilla, if his health allows.

According to HELLO!’s Online Royal Correspondent, Danielle Stacey: “It’s understood that King Charles may attend a church service on Easter Sunday with a smaller royal turnout if his health allows it.

“Charles has minimised his contact with larger crowds to reduce risks as he continues his cancer treatment.”

The King has been receiving treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer since early February after he was treated for an enlarged prostate.

Since then, the monarch – who has continued with his work – has paused public-facing royal duties.

Danielle added: “While we’ve seen the King conduct small audiences at Buckingham Palace, he’s not attended any large-scale gathering since his diagnosis, such as the reception for Korean War Veterans last week, the Commonwealth Day service and the memorial for the late King Constantine in Windsor last month.

“Behind-the-scenes, the King is very much continuing with working through his daily red boxes.”

Meanwhile, according to royal insiders, the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three children – Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, eight, and Prince Louis, five – ‘are not set to attend’ the upcoming service after Kate revealed that she was undergoing preventative chemotherapy in an emotional video message last week.

It is understood that Princess Kate won’t return to royal duties until she is good and ready after her cancer diagnosis.

The royal, 42, has remained absent from any official duties following abdominal surgery in January.

Kate said in a video message she initially showed no signs of cancer but post-op tests showed the disease had been “present”.

The Princess said the family now needs “time, space and privacy” while she completes her treatment.

In the video message, she said: “My work has always brought me a deep sense of joy and I look forward to being back when I am able but for now I must focus on making a full recovery.

“At this time I am also thinking of all those lives affected by cancer. For everyone facing this disease in whatever form please do not lose faith or hope. You are not alone.”

The Princess spoke about the “huge shock” after tests identified cancer following the surgery and the “incredibly tough couple of months” her family have experienced.

 

 

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