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'Robust' King Charles eager to show public he's 'focused' on quick cancer recovery as he returns to work

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Following the uplifting news that King Charles is set to return to public-facing duties in the coming days and weeks, a leading royal expert has praised the way the monarch has been "determined to brush aside adversity" and get back to work.

Former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond exclusively told OK!: "A positive outlook is said to be a real boost to anyone undergoing cancer treatment and, from what we know, King Charles has been focused from the start on getting through this as quickly as possible and getting back to normal." Jennie's comments come after a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: "His Majesty’s medical team are very encouraged by the progress made so far and remain positive about the King’s continued recovery.” On the progress the King has made, Jennie added: “His healthy regime, diet and love of exercise must all have helped him with his recovery.

In the past Charles has had a tendency to be a little morose when things go wrong, he can sometimes dwell on what he feels to be the injustices of the world and of his life. "But now, and especially with Camilla at his side, he seems determined to brush aside adversity and concentrate on showing us all that he is robust and ready to get back to a full diary of work as soon as possible." It has of course been a testing few months for King Charles.

In January, Buckingham Palace announced he was set to attend hospital for treatment for an enlarged prostate the following week.

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