The Royal Family Do Easter Mass, with the notable Absence of The Prince and Princess of Wales

The royal family made an appearance at the traditional Easter service held at St George’s Chapel, a historic 14th-century structure located within the grounds of Windsor Castle sans the Prince and Princess of Wales, including their three beloved children noticeably absence. You may recall the Princess had bravely shared the news that she is currently battling cancer and undergoing treatment.

King Charles (aged 775) made his triumphant return to the public eye, however after his cancer diagnosis in February. In the company of his wife Queen Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, he attended the customary event, which holds a significant place in the royal calendaradhereing to medical advice by sitting apart from their family members to limit Charles’s contact. Despite this precaution, the King still took the time to greet the clergy and acknowledge the adoring crowds who had gathered to catch a glimpse of the royal procession.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla attend the Easter Mattins Service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images

The monarch looked dapper in a avy blue suit, while Queen Camilla exuded elegance in a dark green coat dress paired with a classic Chanel handbag.

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