Queen Camilla has decided to temporarily step away from her royal duties after weeks of shouldering a heavy responsibility. According to reports, she will take a short, week-long hiatus from royal engagements. During this time, her schedule will be cleared of any and all duties that would otherwise keep her busy.

It is expected that Queen Camilla will return to work on March 11, when she is due to lead the Royal Family for the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey. In the meantime, other senior royals will step in to fill her role.

The recent health issues faced by King Charles have resulted in him being unable to fulfill his usual royal duties. He was diagnosed with an undisclosed form of cancer last month after undergoing treatment for an enlarged prostate. Currently, he is undergoing treatment and recovery.

Complicating matters further, Kate Middleton’s hospitalization and subsequent recovery period meant that Prince William has been unable to assist as much as he would have liked.

To fill the void, Queen Camilla has taken on additional royal duties, including acting as the figurehead for the royals at the memorial service for the late King Constantine of Greece. Given these circumstances, the temporary break from engagements will surely be a welcome relief for Queen Camilla. Reports suggest that she plans to spend her week off with King Charles and other family members.

King Charles has been splitting his time between London and the royal estate of Sandringham in Norfolk, England. Though the type and stage of his cancer have not been disclosed by the royal family, the monarch continues to undergo treatment. During a meeting with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunka, King Charles expressed how deeply moved he has been by the messages of support he has received from the public since his diagnosis. The royal family has stated that King Charles is doing well and maintaining a positive outlook throughout his recovery.

Similarly, Kate Middleton has also been recovering from a planned abdominal procedure that led to her hospitalization. After a 13-day stay at the London Clinic, she is now recovering at home and is not expected to return to royal duties until after Easter. The lack of updates from the Palace has caused concern among fans, but Kensington Palace has reassured the public that there is no cause for alarm, and updates will only be provided when significant events occur.

Let us wish King Charles and Queen Camilla a much-needed and enjoyable time together. If you’re interested in reading more about the Royal Family, check out the article below: