Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, made her first public appearance in six months at Trooping the Colour on June 15.

The event was King Charles' birthday parade, and Kate joined the royal family on Buckingham Palace's balcony for the Royal Air Force's flypast.

Kate wore a white Jenny Packham dress and a hat by Philip Treacy, and she also participated in the processional in a horse-drawn carriage with her three children.

Kate has been undergoing chemotherapy since being diagnosed with cancer earlier this year.

She shared a health update on June 14, stating she is making progress but has good and bad days.

Kate mentioned that her cancer treatment will continue for a few more months.

Despite her health challenges, Kate expressed excitement about attending the King's Birthday Parade and hopes to join some public engagements over the summer.

She emphasized the importance of patience, listening to her body, and allowing time to heal.

Kate has maintained a low public profile since her cancer diagnosis but has been spotted out with her family and running errands recently.

She is starting to do some work from home and will base future public appearances on her health and medical advice.