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King Charles health update as nephew Peter Phillips reveals monarch is 'hugely frustrated'

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King Charles is "hugely frustrated" that his cancer recovery is taking a "little longer" than expected, his nephew Peter Phillips has shared.The monarch revealed his cancer diagnosis on February 5 and took a step back from his royal duties as he underwent treatment.

It is understandably a very difficult time for the Royal Family, with both the monarch and his 'beloved daughter-in-law' Princess Kate battling cancer.

And according to Peter, the son of Princess Anne and her first husband, Captain Mark Phillips, Charles is keen to get back to work after some time spent away from royal duties, reports the Mirror.

The 46 year old shared an update on the monarch's recovery during an interview on Sky News Australia's The Royal Report, insisting that the King, 75, is in "good spirits" despite being "frustrated" at his recovery time.

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