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Princess Kate Makes Public Return At Trooping The Colour 2024

The Princess of Wales has been seen leaving home with her children ahead of her long-awaited return to public life at Trooping the colour 2024.

Scores of Royal fans have lined the route in central London, with many hoping for a glimpse of Princess Kate who has been battling cancer. Since revealing her shock diagnosis several months ago she has not been seen as she continues with treatments for the unspecified disease.

Fans are delighted as she is making her return to the public eye and now she has been pictured leaving with her family in tow ahead of today’s festivities. She is later expected to hop into a carriage making its way for the Trooping the Colour celebrations.

It comes hours after she released a statement, alongside a¬†stunning new photo¬†of the royal posing outside, in which she admitted she has endured some “harder times”. She said: “I am making good progress, but as anyone going through chemotherapy will know, there are good days and bad days.

‚ÄúOn those bad days, you feel weak and tired and you have to give in to your body resting. But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well.”

The royal added she has “a few more months” of treatment, but that when she feels well, she spends her time on “things that give me energy and positivity”.

READ: Princess Kate Confirms Trooping Attendance, Update On Cancer Treatment And Shares New Photo

She added: “My treatment is ongoing and will be for a few more months. On the days I feel well enough, it is a joy to engage with school life, spend personal time on the things that give me energy and positivity, as well as start to do a little work from home.”

Both she and the Palace have said her upcoming duties – including Trooping the Colour – are not set in stone, as they will depend on her overall health. The Princess said she would carry out work “knowing I am not out of the woods”, while the Palace added plans could change at the last minute.

In April, the King met cancer patients today and bravely told them how he felt receiving his own diagnosis.¬†Charles candidly described the experience of being told he had the disease¬†when he visited University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre in London with¬†Queen Camilla¬†to learn about the latest treatments and chat with staff providing the pioneering care. He also reassured those who asked about the state of his health, saying “I‚Äôm well”.


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