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King Charles will 'sit apart' from Royal Family at Easter service in bid to protect his health

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King Charles and Queen Camilla will be sitting separately from the rest of the Royal Family during the annual Easter Sunday Matins service at St George's Chapel, Windsor on Sunday, 31 March.This will be the 75 year old monarch's first public engagement since he was diagnosed with cancer, after it was reported that he is very keen to get back to work and make appearances at key royal events in the summer.

While the King will be present, the Wales family will not as they are expected to spend the day at Anmer Hall in Norfolk following the announcement that the Princess of Wales is also undergoing treatment for cancer.

The Telegraph reported that the King and Queen will sit apart from other members of the Royal Family to reduce risks to the monarch's health.

He will also not host lunch afterwards at Windsor Castle, which is usually the tradition. This will be his first outing since starting cancer treatment nearly two months ago, described as "gentle steps" towards resuming some of his public duties in summer.

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