Kate Middleton health update: Latest announcement about future Queen leaves fans saddened

Princess Kate’s absence will be felt at Trooping the Colour and Wimbledon

A new announcement about Kate Middleton has saddened royal fans and experts who believe no one can replace Catherine.

Kate’s fans and well-wishers are heartbroken after it was reported that the Princess of Wales, who stepped back from public duties at the beginning of this year following her cancer diagnosis, may not return to royal duties until 2025.

A royal commentator has claimed that the future Queen has star power and her absence will be felt at the upcoming events.

Princess Kate announced in March 2024 that she had undergone preventative chemotherapy after cancer was found in tests following a major abdominal surgery earlier this year.

Royal commentator and writer Maureen Callahan, in talks with GBN America, claimed: “I keep thinking about this announcement that was made very recently that Kate Middleton will probably not be making another public appearance this year.

“The Trooping the Colour is coming up, Wimbledon is coming up, and she is such a huge presence at Wimbledon.”

Maureen Callahan went on: “These things are proving how important Kate Middleton is not just to the monarchy but to the future of the monarchy.

“It is she alone, really, who brings the glamour and the star power. But also the dignity, the class, and the way she composes herself through this incredibly difficult time.”

“Not putting herself and her struggle front and centre, which I think we can all agree would be the opposite of something Meghan Markle would do.”

It comes after a source told the Daily Beast: “I am told that Kate’s diary for this year is empty. There is nothing planned. She may not appear in public for the rest of the year.”

There are also reports that Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice and Zara Tindall could join the King in the absence of Princess Kate as the mother-of-three is unlikely to join the royal family at Trooping the Colour on Saturday (June 15).


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