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Royal enthusiasts gathered on The Mall today to see Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, make her first public appearance of the year during Trooping the Color. Kate, who has been having treatment for an unknown type of cancer since late February, will ride in a carriage with her three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, in the customary parade through London today. Later, she is anticipated to join King Charles and Queen Camilla, her husband Prince William, and other royals on Buckingham Palace’s balcony for an RAF fly-past.

Scotland Yard has a “substantial” police operation for the event, with anti-monarchy group Republic permitted to demonstrate but barred from using loud sound. The Metropolitan Police will position hundreds of officers along the ceremonial route to safeguard the safety and security of the anticipated tens of thousands of guests. Organizers urge the public to stand on The Mall or on the border of St James’s Park overlooking Horse Guards procession beginning at 9 a.m., with the procession commencing at 10 a.m. BBC One will start its coverage at 10:30 a.m. and end at 1 p.m., after the fly-past.

Trooping will not signal the start of Kate Middleton return to full-time responsibilities, and she has no plans to attend the Garter Day ceremony on Monday or Royal Ascot since she is still in treatment. Doctors may administer chemotherapy even when surgeons feel they have removed all of the cancer because the illness may return, and they want to minimize the odds of developing new cancer. Kate has met with her palace staff, the Prince and Princess of Wales Foundation, and the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood. The Court Circular, the official record of royal activities, will document all of these meetings.

Trooping the Color, a planned demonstration by pressure group Republic, will be accompanied by a “substantial” police operation, with hundreds of Metropolitan Police officers stationed along the ceremonial path to protect the safety and security of participants. Scotland Yard has placed a restriction under Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986, which prohibits protestors from using sound amplification devices inside the footprint of Trooping the Color between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. According to Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove, Trooping the Color is a national event, and a significant security operation is in place to ensure that everyone who goes and participates does so safely and securely.

The Met has considered the opinions of Republic, which advocates for the overthrow of the monarchy in favour of a directly elected head of state, as well as the demonstrators’ concerns. The Queen has also considered the views of the Republic, which advocates for the elimination of the monarchy and its replacement with a directly elected head of state.

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, has focused on children’s well-being and mental health since marrying the Prince of Wales in 2011 and becoming an HRH. She is still close to her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, and her siblings, Pippa Matthews and James Middleton, and has had a good childhood.

Princess of Wales was born on January 9, 1982, at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, and baptized on June 20, 1982, at St Andrew’s Bradfield Parish Church in Berkshire. She attended a nursery school in Amman, Jordan, before returning to Berkshire. She attended the premium private Marlborough College in Wiltshire as a 13-year-old part-time student.

Kate graduated with a 2:1 in history of art from St Andrews University in 2005, when she met and started dating William, whom she married in Westminster Abbey in 2011. She was called ‘Waity Katie’ by the press for her patience during their lengthy courting, and William characterized her in their engagement interview as having a mischievous sense of humor.

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