King Charles Diagnosed with Cancer, Undergoes Treatment


King Charles III

Buckingham Palace confirmed today that King Charles III has been diagnosed with a form of cancer. The announcement follows the King’s recent treatment for an enlarged prostate, during which the cancer was discovered. Details about the specific type of cancer remain undisclosed.

“A team of doctors diagnosed the King with cancer during his recent tests and treatment for an enlarged prostate,” the palace statement read. “The King has since undergone further investigation and testing, and has started regular treatment today.”

The statement went on to assure the public that the King remains in good spirits and will continue to undertake his duties wherever possible. Further updates on his health are expected in due course.

This news comes as a surprise to many, as the King has generally maintained good health throughout his life. The public will undoubtedly be following developments closely and offering their well wishes to the King during this challenging time.

The King informed both his sons personally about his diagnosis and Prince William was said to be in regular contact with his father.

Prince Harry, who lives in the United States, spoke to his father and will be travelling to the UK to see him in the coming days.

The King will postpone his public engagements and it is expected other senior royals will help to stand in for him during his treatment.

No further details are being shared on the stage of cancer or a prognosis.

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