King Charles III is seen at the Easter ceremonies


King Charles III took a crowd bath on Sunday after attending the traditional Easter religious ceremony at St. George’s Chapel, west London, giving a reassuring image two months after announcing that he has cancer.

Wearing a black coat, the 75-year-old sovereign appeared smiling and waving as he got out of the car with his wife, Queen Camilla, in front of the religious building at Windsor Castle, located fifty kilometers from the British capital. .

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The couple left the temple an hour later and went to greet the public. Camila received a bouquet of flowers.

Shortly after, the monarchs got into the royal Bentley, with large windows, and left the place.

This public appearance comes more than a week after Princess Catherine, wife of Prince William, heir to the throne, announced that she also suffers from cancer.

Unlike other members of the royal family, the couple and their children were not present, so as not to expose the children to the press.

Buckingham Palace announced in early February that the king had cancer, discovered during prostate surgery a few days earlier, and that he had begun treatment.

Since then, Charles III has canceled all of his public official engagements, but continues to carry out some official functions and meetings, such as his interviews with the Prime Minister.

On March 22, the Princess of Wales announced that she had cancer, without specifying what type, and that she had begun preventive chemotherapy treatment.

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