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Buckingham Palace makes announcement on King's cancer as public duties to resume

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Buckingham Palace has announced that King Charles III will return to his public duties after positive effects from his cancer treatment.

The King has been receiving care as an outpatient since early February and the news comes after the Princess of Wales was also confirmed to be receiving treatment for cancer.

Sources have highlighted that the King still has cancer and will continue to receive treatment for it despite his return to public-facing engagements. READ MORE: RHS announce major changes to Tatton Park flower show To mark the positive occasion, Buckingham Palace confirmed that both Charles and Camila will visit a cancer treatment centre on Tuesday to meet medical specialists and patients and raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis.

Buckingham Palace said in a statement: “His Majesty The King will shortly return to public-facing duties after a period of treatment and recuperation following his recent cancer diagnosis. “To help mark this milestone, the King and Queen will make a joint visit to a cancer treatment centre next Tuesday, where they will meet medical specialists and patients. “This visit will be the first in a number of external engagements His Majesty will undertake in the weeks ahead.

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