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Queen Camilla is greeted with cheers from delighted wellwishers on engagement as she gets back to business with more duties while Charles and Princess Kate are treated for cancer – as King waves warmly to public after leaving Clarence House

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Queen Camilla was greeted with cheers from delighted wellwishers at an engagement in Shrewsbury today as she returned to her royal duties. 

The monarch was met with dozens of royals fans, who waved Union Jack flags and held signs reading ‘I love Queen Camilla’, as she arrived at Shrewsbury Farmers’ Market in Shropshire today.

She was seen shaking hands with members of the public as well as traders as she toured the market which featured a host of food, artisan, jewellery and craft stalls. 

Charles, who is currently being treated for cancer after being diagnosed with a large prostate earlier this year, was seen being driven out of Clarence House in his state Bentley limousine earlier today, although it is not known where the King was going.

It comes after Buckingham Palace yesterday confirmed both royals would attend this weekend’s Easter Sunday service in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle

Britain's Queen Camilla smiles as she arrives for her visit to the Farmers' Market, in Shrewsbury

Britain’s Queen Camilla smiles as she arrives for her visit to the Farmers’ Market, in Shrewsbury

Queen Camilla smiles as she meets well-wishers during her visit to the Farmers' Market on Wednesday

Queen Camilla smiles as she meets well-wishers during her visit to the Farmers’ Market on Wednesday 

Members of the public await the arrival of Queen Camilla for her visit to the Farmers' Market in The Square

Members of the public await the arrival of Queen Camilla for her visit to the Farmers’ Market in The Square

Queen Camilla is driven from Clarence House in central London earlier today

Queen Camilla is driven from Clarence House in central London earlier today 

King Charles III waves to smiling members of the public as he leaves Clarence House earlier today

King Charles III waves to smiling members of the public as he leaves Clarence House earlier today

The King gave a large grin to well wishers as he departed the royal residence in his state Bentley limousine earlier today

The King gave a large grin to well wishers as he departed the royal residence in his state Bentley limousine earlier today

The Queen met with market organisers Jenny and Stuart Jones before touring the historic event which has been held in The Square for almost 20 years

It has grown into one of the best markets in the area with around forty traders regularly setting up stall on the first Friday of the month. 

Her Majesty will also visit the Old Market Hall where she will sign the visitors book, which was also signed by Queen Elizabeth II in 1952, before meeting members of the local Bee Keepers’ Association. 

Royal aides revealed yesterday morning that the couple would be ‘accompanied by other members of the Royal Family’, although no further names were given.

The decision for Charles to attend will be viewed as significant given that it suggests the King’s doctors are happy for him to be at an event despite his cancer treatment.

The Prince and Princess of Wales and their children George, Charlotte and Louis will not be there as they spend the holidays together after Kate’s cancer diagnosis.

The Easter Mattins Service – as it is officially known – which will run for one hour from 10.45am until 11.45am, according to the chapel.

The service will be preceded by holy communion from 8.30am until 9am. There will also be a said eucharist from 12pm to 12.45pm, then evensong at 3.30pm to 4.15pm.



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