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King Charles won’t sit with family at Easter service, will skip annual lunch amid cancer struggle

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is set to sit apart from the other members of the royal family during the church service on Sunday at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel.

According to The Telegraph, the king will stay away from the main public on Easter to make sure that remains safe and healthy.

The event will be his first public appearance since revealing he was diagnosed with cancer, back in February. The former Prince of Wales has mainly stayed behind closed doors at Buckingham Palace, working remotely in his office as he undergoes treatment.He will also not be hosting his annual Easter lunch with his family at Windsor following the mass.

However, the source told the paper that Charles’ appearance at the chapel is a “sign of things heading in the right direction.”He will greet the crowd alongside Queen Camilla, 76, from a distance, to ensure he stays safe.Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, will be absent from Sunday’s events, as the Duchess of Cambridge, 42, is battling her own cancer.

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