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Index – FOMO – Fighting Cancer III. Karolyi canceled the family's traditional Easter lunch

Index – FOMO – Fighting Cancer III.  Karolyi canceled the family's traditional Easter lunch

As Index reported, Buckingham Palace announced on February 5 that King Charles had been diagnosed with cancer. As they said at the time, it was not prostate cancer, and they would soon begin treating the disease. Although the king has also handled the papers in the past, other members of the royal family, including Queen Camilla and Prince William, have taken his place on various occasions.

Rumors have spread among anxious Britons after it was revealed that the King will not host the traditional Easter family gathering this time due to his illness.

However, according to informants close to the family, there is still no cause for serious concern.

So much so that on the occasion of Easter, according to initial plans, the king will walk on foot into St. George's Chapel in Windsor to attend mass. Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Queen, who is currently undergoing cancer treatment, will not host Easter lunch this time as a precaution. BBC according to

Taking into account the health of the 75-year-old Karolyi, he is expected to sit next to his wife, Queen Camilla, in the church away from the congregation, and as a precaution, the number of people is expected to be much smaller. He will be present more than ever. However, it is understandable that the press is interested in the case, because

Service iii. This will be Karolyi's first public appearance in nearly two months.

He was last seen heading to church with Camilla at Sandringham in Norfolk in early February, and experts say the latest public appearance likely means the royal's health has not deteriorated recently. Earlier this week, the king spoke of his “deep sadness” at not attending the traditional Maundy Thursday Mass, which Queen Camilla attended instead.

Although the king will appear at Sunday's event, he will be missing: Princess Catherine, who is currently undergoing cancer treatment, and her husband, Prince William, will not be present at the church. The Duchess of Wales announced last week that she also suffers from cancer, which requires immediate treatment.

Until now, the type of illness of the king or Catherine has not been revealed.

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