Britain’s King Charles, undergoing cancer treatment, to attend Easter service

Britain’s King Charles will attend the Easter Sunday service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor, in what will be his first public appearance at a traditional royal event since his cancer diagnosis was revealed in February.
Buckingham Palace said on Tuesday that Charles, 75, and his wife Queen Camilla will attend church on March 31, typically an occasion for a gathering of senior royals.
The announcement comes days after Kate, Princess of Wales, and the king’s daughter in law, said she had also had a cancer diagnosis and was undergoing preventative chemotherapy.