BRAVE FACE King Charles smiles and carries on after royals rocked by shock death of Lady Gabriella’s husband Thomas Kingston

 KING Charles smiled as he moved forward today following the royal family's shock death last night.

Charles, 75, waved to the public as he left Clarence House this morning as he continued his outpatient cancer treatment in London.

Charles and Queen Camilla have paid tribute to Lady Gabriella's "much-loved" husband Thomas Kingston after news of his tragic death broke last night.

Their statement said: “The King and Queen have been informed of Thomas's death and join Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and all who knew him in mourning the loss of a much-loved member of the family Are.

"In particular, Your Excellency sends his heartfelt thoughts
And prayers for Gabriella and the entire Kingston family."

Shahi, 45, was found dead on Sunday night. Lady Gabriella is the King's second cousin as they are both great-grandchildren of King George V.

She said her "extraordinary" husband would be remembered as a man "who brightened the lives of all who knew him".

Charles yesterday skipped the memorial service for Greece's late King Constantine.

He was initially at Windsor Castle but left before the ceremony began. He was a second cousin of King Constantine.

After Prince William withdrew from the service at the last minute due to a "personal matter", Camilla led the royal party to St. George's Chapel for the Thanksgiving service.

William was to give the recital, but instead, Prince Pavlos, son of King Constantine, gave the honors.

Kensington Palace did not provide further details but said Princess Kate, who is recovering from abdominal surgery, is doing well.

The king's appearance this morning came after Prince Harry lost his bid for Britain's protectorate after he said he was "lined up" and treated "less favourably" than other royals.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, sued the Home Office after it refused to spend taxpayers' money on bodyguards when he left the royal family.

This morning a judge ruled there was nothing "unlawful" in the call to withdraw Harry's protection, which came after Megxit.

Judge Sir Peter Lane said the decision was "reasonable", and not "irrational" – as it had been termed. The Sussexes were stripped of their round-the-clock security when they stepped back from royal duties in 2020.

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