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King Charles ‘won’t slow down or do what he’s told’ amid cancer battle, Queen Camilla says
Sky News.The royal was speaking to writer Lee Child, who joined Her Majesty at the Queen’s Reading Room Festival at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday.In response, the novelist quipped that Charles “sounds to me like a typical husband.”The King has been easing into public-facing duties in recent weeks, most recently traveling to France to attend the commemorative D-Day ceremony in honor of the 80th anniversary of the historic landings.On Thursday, Charles and Camilla attended the British memorial event at Ver-Sur-Mer, Normandy, organized by the British Royal Legion.“It is with the most profound sense of gratitude that we remember them and all who served at that critical time,” Charles said in his speech.The King was then seen greeting several veterans before he and Camilla headed home to the UK later that day.Palace sources confirmed that Charles would be missing the international ceremony — which took place on Friday — on the advice of doctors who are carefully monitoring his schedule.After a weekend away from the spotlight, the King is looking to make a defiant appearance at this week’s Trooping the Colour ceremony in London.While Charles will be at the annual event on Saturday, he’s expected to arrive to the event in a different fashion.The monarch will be driven in a horse-drawn carriage alongside wife instead of riding on horseback as he’s done in the past.This will be the royal family’s second Trooping the Colour ceremony since Charles was named king in May 2023.It is still unclear if Charles’s daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, will attend the ceremony.The Princess of Wales, 42, has been battling an unspecified form of cancer since January, and has remained largely out of the public eye since revealing her diagnosis
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King Charles admits cancer diagnosis came as a ‘shock,’ gives treatment update
returned to official public duties Tuesday as he and wife Queen Camilla visited a cancer treatment center in London where he met with medical specialists.During a visit to University College Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre, the king spoke to fellow cancer patients who are currently undergoing chemotherapy.“It’s always a bit of a shock, isn’t it, when they tell you?” Charles said, per the Times of London, of finding out about his diagnosis in February.Charles was heard telling them that he was feeling “well” and “not too bad” as he continues to receive outpatient treatment.“I’ve got to have my treatment this afternoon as well,” he was heard saying Tuesday.While Charles didn’t reveal details of his diagnosis or treatment plan, he did chat to other patients about their experience with chemo.The monarch asked a male patient whether he was using a cold cap — a method that helps to retain hair growth throughout the procedure.Charles was heard saying that the cold cap method can “help.” He also shook hands with nurses at the facility, telling them, “We really can’t live without you.”Elsewhere, Queen Camilla was heard sharing her knowledge of her husband’s illness, asking patients if they’ve experienced tiredness.“For a lot of people the food starts tasting different,” she also added.Following the king and queen’s visit, one staffer told the outlet, “We were not expecting it at all. We thought it would be very generic, questions about other people’s treatment.”“But he was very open with the patients about how he was feeling.
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King Charles is ‘responding really well’ to cancer treatment: ‘Positive and upbeat’
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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Kate Middleton, Prince William head to Sandringham with their kids for Easter amid cancer diagnosis
Kate Middleton and Prince William will be spending some much-needed quality time at Sandringham this Easter.The Prince and Princess of Wales left Adelaide Cottage in Windsor via helicopter on Saturday with their children — Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5 — to head towards Anmer Hall, located on the Sandringham Estate, Entertainment Tonight reports.Middleton, 42, revealed on Friday that she has been undergoing chemotherapy treatment after doctors discovered the cancer during her planned abdominal surgery.The family will spend Easter break at the estate, where they’re expected to see King Charles III, 75, who is also battling cancer.Understandably, the Waleses will stray from tradition this year by not joining the rest of the royal family for Easter services.Instead, they will spend the long Easter weekend together behind closed doors.Charles, for his part, is set to attend a small Easter service with family that’s set to be of much smaller scale than in previous years.It’s unclear if the entire family will unite for a publicized church service this year.Kensington Palace declined to comment.While initial palace guidance said that the Princess won’t return to royal duties until after Easter, it’s now been said that she won’t return to the royal fold until after she’s given the all clear by her doctors.“The Princess will return to official duties when she is cleared to do so by her medical team,” a palace spokesperson said following Middleton’s cancer announcement.“She is in good spirits and is focused on making a full recovery.”The mother-of-three had already stepped back from her duties after having the abdominal surgery in January for what she thought, at the time, was a non-cancerous
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King Charles, Prince William seen returning to duties as wild rumors over royals’ health swirl
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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King Charles could break this Trooping the Colour tradition amid cancer battle
told the Daily Mail.An official plan will be put into place closer to the time.The Post has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.Trooping the Colour is a batch of ceremonial events that mark and celebrate the birthday of King Charles III — even though the monarch’s actual birthday is in November.With senior members of the Firm pulling back from the royal fold one at a time over a myriad of health issues, the royal family has faced a difficult start to the year.Charles has taken a noticeable step back from official duties in recent weeks, which has subsequently caused some confusion over upcoming royal engagements.The Ministry of Defense took down a web page appearing to confirm Charles’s attendance at Trooping the Colour.The same goes for Kate Middleton, whose name was quietly removed by the British Army’s website from the list of attendees for the Colonel’s Review after it was speculated that the event would be one of her first appearances since her abdominal surgery.Prior to the removal of her name, it was reported that the Princess of Wales, 42, would have been examining the Foot soldiers as the honorary Colonel of the Irish Guards at the pre-Trooping the Colour event.Following the inspection, the members will line the processional route along the Mall in London.Middleton has been in attendance for all of the events since she married Prince William, 41, in 2011.Since undergoing a “successful” abdominal surgery on Jan.