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First outreach to people with illness: King Charles III attended Easter church service

King Charles III/Reuters

On Sunday, March 31, King Charles III attended a traditional Easter church service in Windsor. It was his first public appearance since being diagnosed with cancer.

King Charles III and his wife Queen Camilla attended an Easter service at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle. This is reported in the CNN article.

On the advice of doctors, Charles III and Camille should sit a little apart from other members of the royal family during the service. Such a precaution is necessary because of the king's oncological disease, because cancer is one of the most dangerous diseases that has a huge impact on the body's immune system.

His Majesty looked good and was in a good mood, he smiled at everyone. The king greeted the audience that had gathered there. He even shook hands with some of them and talked.

The first exit to people with the disease: King Charles III attended an Easter church service

King Charles III and Camilla/Reuters

Dressed in a classic black coat, white shirt with subtle stripes, blue boat tie, navy trousers and black shoes.

This year's celebration took place more quietly, with fewer members of the royal family in order to minimize the king's contact with other people during his treatment.

Recall that in February it became it is known that the 75-year-old King of Great Britain Charles III was diagnosed with cancer. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak later said that the cancer of the British King Charles was detected at an early stage, and the whole country hopes for his full recovery.

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