Princess Kate Sends Message To Irish Guards About Missing Trooping The Colour

Princess Kate has sent her regrets about missing the annual Trooping the Colour parade next weekend in honor of King Charles III’s birthday. The event is a major one on the royal calendar.

On Saturday, the Irish Guards shared a letter from the Princess of Wales, who is currently being treated for cancer. In the letter, she expressed regret for not being able to attend the rehearsal held on June 8.

“I wanted to write and let you know how proud I am of the entire Regiment ahead of the Colonel’s review and Trooping of the Colour. I appreciate everyone trooping this year has been practicing for months and dedicating many hours to ensuring their uniforms and drill are immaculate,” Middleton’s letter read.

“Being your colonel remains a great honor and I am very sorry that I’m unable to take the salute at this year’s Colonel’s Review,” she continued. “Please pass my apologies to the whole Regiment, however I do hope that I am able to represent you all once again very soon. Please send my very best wishes and good luck to all involved.”

The Princess of Wales signed it, “Colonel Catherine.”

The Irish Guards wrote on X alongside images of the letter. It was reposted by the Prince and Princess of Wales.

“The Irish Guards were deeply touched to receive a letter from our Colonel, Her Royal Highness, The Princess of Wales this morning. We continue to wish Her Royal Highness well in her recovery and send Her our very best wishes. Quis Separabit @KensingtonRoyal @ArmyInLondon,” the Irish Guards wrote.

On Thursday, a spokesperson for Kensington Palace confirmed that the Princess of Wales will not attend the traditional Colonel’s Review to take the salute on June 8.

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