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King Charles, Prince William seen returning to duties as wild rumors over royals’ health swirl

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baseless reports of his death surfaced online.The monarch, 75, appeared chipper as he arrived in a limousine at Clarence House Tuesday morning after spending time at Windsor Castle in recent days.His Majesty was then taken to Buckingham Palace, where he hosted a handful of veterans of the Korean War to mark the 70th Anniversary of the conflict.Charles, who is currently in the midst of his outpatient cancer treatment following his diagnosis in February, met with veterans Alan Guy, Mike Mogridge, Brian Parritt, and Ron Yardley during the private audience.Later on, the King’s family will step in to host a reception for around 200 Korean War veterans in the Palace’s Bow Room.His sister Anne, the Princess Royal, will host the event alongside Sophie, the Duchess of Edinburgh.Princess Anne will deliver a speech about the war on behalf of the King.The King’s appearance will help to quell the ongoing rumors about his health that have been sending royalists into overdrive in recent weeks.Elsewhere on Tuesday, Prince William was seen visiting housing initiatives in Sheffield, north England, to promote his homelessness project.The Prince of Wales, 41, has long been an advocate for helping the homeless, and has done a lot of work for various charities through the Royal Foundation’s Homewards program.William’s appearance Tuesday comes just days after he was spotted visiting a farm shop with his wife, Kate Middleton.Palace sources have exclusively told The Post that footage of the Waleses out and about should be enough to put an end to wild conspiracy theories about her health.Charles, for his part, has been taking a slight step back from royal engagements in recent weeks since being diagnosed with cancer.Despite that, the King is keen.

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began outpatient treatment in February, and has since taken a slight step back from official duties to focus on his health.“I am hearing that he’s actually responding genuinely, really well to cancer treatment,” royal commentator Charlotte Griffiths told “GB News.”“And everyone in the royal household is feeling positive and upbeat about how he’s responding,” Griffiths said.It appears as though the king really is hitting his stride when it comes to his recovery, as he recently returned from a quick trip to Scotland with his wife, Queen Camilla.The couple, who last week celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary, spent a few days at Birkhall, their Highlands retreat located on the Balmoral estate, to mark the occasion.Charles’ love for the plush estate, which is nestled on the banks of the River Muick, is well-known, as he often visits whenever time allows.Charles has been forced to hit the brakes on much of his royal agenda since news of his ailing health came to light.Just days before jetting off to Scotland, the King was seen waving to well-wishers from the car as he headed to church at Sandringham.The previous week, he was seen joining other royals for Easter Sunday service at Windsor Castle.While he’s made an effort to avoid commenting on speculation about his health, Charles did speak out about his own battle just days after going public with the news.The King said that well wishes from the public are “the greatest comfort and encouragement.”“It is equally heartening to hear how sharing my own diagnosis has helped promote public understanding and shine a light on the work of all those organizations which support cancer patients and their families across the UK and wider world,” he said in a statement.“My lifelong
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