June 20, 2024
Kate Middleton

The monarch is due to make his first major public appearance since his cancer diagnosis on Sunday at St George’s Chapel for Easter Sunday but he and the Queen will sit apart from other royals

King Charles is “very eager” to return to work but is set to sit apart from the rest of the Royal Family during the Easter Sunday service.

The 75-year-old monarch is set to lead the royals into at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle this weekend having cancelled a number of royal duties as he continues his treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer.

The King is taking “gentle steps” towards his public return – and will skip an annual lunch with the rest of his family on Easter Sunday. While a Telegraph source has told how the King and Queen will sit apart from other members of the Royal Family in a bid to minimise risks to his health on the advice of doctors.

Officials said Charles and Camilla will be accompanied by members of the royal family at St George’s Chapel in a “show of unity”. But Kate, William and their children are expected to miss the annual service as they spend time together during the Easter holidays.

The 75-year-old monarch will enter the Chapel through the Galilee Porch and, weather permitting, will be able to wave and greet crowds from a distance. A palace source called the King’s planned attendance a “sign of things heading in the right direction”.

It is understood the Prince and Princess of Wales and their children will spend their four-week Easter school break at Anmer Hall, their home on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk, before William resumes public duties from mid-April.

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