Princess Kate is skipping a major British military event in London two months after announcing cancer treatment

Princess Kate will miss a public event next month


Princess Kate will miss a public event next month as cancer treatment continues

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London – Catherine, Princess of Wales, will not return to her public duties in early June to attend a major British military event diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and undergoing chemotherapy. Her father-in-law, King Charles III, who is still setting treatment for cancerwill attend the Trooping the Color parade shortly afterwards, but will ride in a car instead of on horseback.

Last week, a Kensington Palace spokesperson said Princess Kate “is not expected to return to work until cleared by her medical team,” but gave no indication of when that might be.

An official confirmed to CBS News on Thursday that Kate would not attend the Colonel's Review on June 8, a formal dress rehearsal for the Trooping the Color parade taking place exactly a week later in central London.

Kate announced that she “preventive chemotherapy” in March after she was diagnosed with an unspecified form of cancer, which she said was discovered during abdominal surgery a few months earlier.

King Charles resumed his public engagements a few weeks ago, as his treatment continued, although Buckingham Palace said some of it would be postponed as Britain moves there general elections start of July.

Charles paused most of his appointments in February after his diagnosis.

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