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King Charles to make big change at this year’s Trooping the Colour due to poor health

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King Charles is set to make a very significant change to this year's Trooping the Colour parade which is due to unfold on June 15.As royal enthusiasts gear up for another display featuring the famous Red Arrows in celebration of the monarch's official birthday, a notable change to protocol is set to take place.

Annually, throngs of royal loyalists line the streets of London as the capital comes alive with the dazzling spectacle involving 1,400 marching soldiers, 200 horses and a resounding ensemble of 400 musicians.This year's was shrouded in uncertainty following the revelation of the King's ongoing battle with cancer earlier in February, but it appears its business as usual as preparations are underway for next month's festivities in London.However, it's understood there will be a small but noticeable adjustment to proceedings, the Mirror reports.Diverting from the norm, King Charles is likely to appear in a carriage rather than on horseback, according to the Times.Currently undergoing treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer, the monarch was recently granted permission by his medical team to resume public duties, albeit at a slightly reduced scale.

Buckingham Palace confirmed that future engagements involving the King "will be adapted where necessary" to accommodate his path to recovery.

One insider revealed to the publication: "The King is most likely to be taking part in Trooping via carriage this year but a final decision is yet to be made."Get the latest news sent straight to your messages by joining our WhatsApp community today.You'll receive daily updates on breaking news as well as the top headlines across Scotland.No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the Daily

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her defiant return to the spotlight for the Trooping the Colour ceremony.The Princess of Wales, 42, looked stunning as she joined the royal family for the King’s birthday celebrations on the Buckingham Palace balcony to watch the royal flypast on Saturday.After her appearance at the annual event, the Prince and Princess of Wales shared a series of snaps from the ceremony on Instagram, thanking fans for “making it a day to remember.”The sweet post, which featured an image of Princess Catherine with her family on the balcony, received a sweet note of support from the Goop founder.“So happy to see you looking so happy and well❤️,” Paltrow wrote in the comments section.While the pair aren’t known to share a friendship, Paltrow is notably close pals with Meghan Markle.In May last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly enjoyed a Michelin-star meal with Paltrow and her TV producer husband Brad Fulchuk.The A-listers were joined by Cameron Diaz and her husband Benji Madden.On Saturday, the Princess of Wales delighted fans by appearing alongside her husband, Prince William, and King Charles, to watch the traditional military flypast with her three children.After the Red Arrows shot past the palace, spraying the colors of the Union Jack flag behind them, Middleton and her family waved to the crowd below.Middleton appeared at the splashy military ceremony in honor of King Charles’ birthday after announcing Friday that she was currently well enough to attend.In an emotional letter, the mom of three admitted she has “good days and bad days” and is “not out of the woods” with the illness.“On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting,” she wrote.