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King Charles to appear in public at Easter Sunday church service

King Charles is set to make a notable public appearance at the Easter Sunday service at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, marking his most significant public engagement since his cancer diagnosis.
The Queen and other Royal Family members will attend, but the Prince and Princess of Wales will be absent due to Catherine's ongoing cancer treatment.

While King Charles has been working privately since his diagnosis, his participation in the Easter service is viewed as a positive indication of his health, though not a full return to public duties.

The King may acknowledge the public gathered near the chapel, weather permitting, and will join the Queen in their usual seating area within the chapel.

This appearance comes after a year of personal health challenges for the King and changes within the Royal Family, including Catherine's cancer treatment and surgery.

Queen Camilla has taken a more prominent role in royal duties during this period. Prince William continues his charitable projects but is expected to limit travel to support his family.

Future royal engagements and the representation at events like Trooping the Colour remain uncertain as the family navigates these health challenges.

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