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Royal family shares video of King Charles special honour to Kate Middleton

King Charles feels Princess Kate's pain

By Web Desk
June 10, 2024
Royal family shares video of King Charles special honour to Kate Middleton

King Charles has seemingly paid a huge tribute to her cancer stricken beloved daughter-in-law Kate Middleton with his admirable gesture.

The pain of Princess Kate was deeply felt by the 75-year-old monarch, who's also receiving cancer treatment, as he took a very meaningful step to send a message of support to the future Queen with his touching gesture.

It comes after the Princess of Wales, who's not been given permission by her medical team to attend the Colonel's Review rehearsal for the Trooping the Colour, promised her soldiers to join them soon in touching message to them with her signature in her role as Colonel of the Irish Guards.

Now, the royal family's social media accounts have shared a brand new video of King Charles' honour to Catherine's Irish Guards on Monday, with a note.

In the heartwarming clip, King Charles, who's Colonel-in-Chief of the seven Guards regiments of the Household Division, can be seen receiving an giving a salute.

The video was captioned: Ahead of Trooping the Colour next week, The King has presented New Colours to No. 9 and No. 12 Company The Irish Guards at Windsor Castle.

It also added: "The Colours form part of the Irish Guards’ legacy, representing those that have fought and died for the Regiment. To this day, they accompany soldiers on operations and, more visibly, on ceremonial duties."

According to some, the last line of the message was for Princess Kate as she's one of those who are "more visibly, on ceremonial duties."