Inside King Charles’ Sweet Gesture to Lady Gabriella Kingston

King Charles invites Lady Gabriella Kingston 2024 Trooping the Colour.

King Charles III has reportedly extended quite a thoughtful gesture to Lady Gabriella "Ella" Kingston ahead of this year's Trooping the Colour.

The June 15 event, which is also known as the King's Birthday Parade is a traditional military ceremony celebrating the official birthday of the British Sovereign for more than 260 years, comes one month after what would have been Ella and her late husband Thomas Kingston's fifth wedding anniversary on May 18.

Thomas unexpectedly passed away at his parents' home in Cotswolds this past February. He was only 46.

A royal source later told The Daily Mail that everyone is hopeful that Ella will attend the celebrations "if she feels up to it."

The sweet gesture comes as the monarch and his wife, Queen Camilla, made history yet again this year with another joy-filled celebration. On Wednesday, May 15, the royal couple hosted Buckingham Palace's first-ever Sovereign's Creative Industries Garden Party.

The history-making garden party went off without a hitch just two days after the 75-year-old monarch offered a rare glimpse into his ongoing treatment for an unspecified type of cancer he was diagnosed with earlier this year.

While visiting the Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop, Hampshire, to officially hand over one of his military titles to Prince William on Monday, the king described a rather unpleasant experience he's reportedly had to overcome, which he's credited as nothing more than a side effect from treatment of the disease.

During his royal outing earlier this week, Charles explained he'd lost his sense of taste. The king declined to clarify whether or not experts have told him to expect this to be a temporary issue or something that could become permanent.

Still, he hasn't let that stop him from resuming his royal duties after taking some time off to assess his diagnosis. The king was photographed visiting cancer patients and medical staff at the University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre in London alongside his wife on April 30. The outing served as his first royal engagement since he went public with his health battle.

Despite taking a break from the throne while being treated for cancer, he managed to make history several times this past April, starting with an unprecedented decision about Balmoral Castle, then again a few days later when he made a request that was a royal first, and once more when he announced a significant change at Sandringham Estate. Then, earlier this month, Charles confirmed he would be changing a 50-year-old tradition to reflect his new position as king.

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