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King Charles and Queen Camilla Honor Late Queen Elizabeth on Her 98th Birthday with Church Visit

King Charles and Queen Camilla were seen attending church near Balmoral Castle in Scotland, marking what would have been the late Queen Elizabeth II’s 98th birthday, shared by Page Six. His Majesty, who is currently undergoing treatment for an unspecified form of cancer, took the wheel himself, driving to and from Crathie Kirk church this past Sunday.

The royal visit to the church likely served as a tribute to Queen Elizabeth, who passed away but remains a revered figure within the royal family and beyond. The occasion was made even more poignant by King Charles’ public battle with health issues, including a recent surgery for an enlarged prostate followed by a cancer diagnosis in February.

This sighting follows Charles’ appearance last month at Windsor Castle on Easter Sunday, where he engaged with the public in a significant outing since revealing his health struggles.

In addition to King Charles’ tribute, Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York and ex-wife of Charles’ brother Prince Andrew, shared a heartfelt message on Instagram in memory of Queen Elizabeth. “Thank you for all that you have taught us, for being a steadfast leader and dear friend. You are sorely missed,” Sarah expressed.

Sarah Ferguson is also confronting health challenges, having undergone a single mastectomy last year for breast cancer treatment and recently diagnosed with malignant melanoma.

Amid these personal trials within the royal family, Princess Kate has disclosed her own health struggles. She announced undergoing preventative cancer treatment, drawing widespread attention and sympathy. Her announcement came after much public speculation following her absence due to abdominal surgery.

Sarah Ferguson commented on Kate’s courage in facing her diagnosis publicly, noting, “As someone who has faced their own battles with cancer in recent months, I am full of admiration for the way she has spoken publicly about her diagnosis and know it will do a tremendous amount of good to raise awareness.”

She concluded with a plea for privacy and support for Kate, emphasizing the need for time and space to heal.

The resilience of the royal family in the face of health battles and their tribute to the beloved late Queen Elizabeth II highlights their enduring public roles and personal strength amidst adversity.

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