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Kate Middleton has reorganized her life after being diagnosed with cancer

Kate Middleton has reorganized her life after being diagnosed with cancer

London. After being diagnosed with cancer, Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, had to rearrange her life. She recently returned to the public for the first time. However, the focus remains on her recovery.

The 42-year-old is spending a lot of time at home recovering. On June 15, she made her first public appearance since Christmas at Trooping the Color. However, Kate's appearance accompanied by her children, Prince George (10 years old), Princess Charlotte (9 years old), and Prince Louis (6 years old), does not mean a return to her royal duties. Instead, she continues to focus on her health.

Positive signs of recovery

By appearing in public, Kate addressed potential new rumors about her health. According to media reports, she has also been seen going about daily activities and is said to be planning trips with her children.

Traditional festival

Trooping the Color is a traditional military parade in the United Kingdom that takes place every June in honor of the official birthday of the British monarch. Originally performed for swearing in their colours, the ceremony has evolved into an important national event since the 17th century. During the parade, several hundred soldiers march in set formations from Buckingham Palace along the Mall to the Horse Guards parade. The royal family actively participates, often from the balcony of Buckingham Palace, and the event ends with an impressive RAF flyover. Trooping the Color symbolizes the continuity and stability of the British monarchy, and is a moment of national pride and unity.