The cancer was discovered during surgery last month. Details of the diagnosis have not been released. Prince Harry has announced that he will meet his father in the coming days.
With King Charles III. Cancer was diagnosed. Buckingham Palace recently announced this in a statement. While he was recently treated in hospital for a benign prostate enlargement, another problem was noticed, Buckingham Palace announced on Monday evening. Subsequent diagnostic tests may have detected a form of cancer. Details about the exact diagnosis were initially unknown.
The monarch began a routine treatment program on Monday and will postpone her public appearances, according to a statement. He will attend to official state business. He is said to be looking forward to his treatment.
Harry announces the arrival
King wanted to make the diagnosis public to counter speculation. He also hopes that “it will promote public understanding of all the people around the world who are affected by cancer.” themselves about the diagnosis.
According to media reports, her youngest son Prince Harry now wants to come too. Harry, 39, retired from his royal duties and lived in the US with his wife, Duchess Meghan, 42, and their children. The relationship between him and his family is considered broken. However, he is due to return to Britain in the coming days to meet his father.
“Incredibly sad news”
Charles made an appearance at the weekend after a hospital stay – attending a church service at Sandringham Estate in eastern England on Sunday with his wife Queen Camilla, 76. Charles smiled as he waved at the photographers. He underwent a procedure for benign prostate enlargement at a private London clinic on January 26. He was released after a few days. Charles is currently undergoing outpatient treatment.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wished Charles a speedy recovery: “I wish His Majesty a full and speedy recovery. I have no doubt that he will be back in full force soon and I know the whole country will be wishing him well. ” Good wishes also came from America. “Our thoughts, of course, are first and foremost with the king, with the king and his family,” said Vedant Patel, a deputy spokesman for the US State Department. “This is incredibly sad news.” (APA/red.)