Following his cancer diagnosis, King Charles is “extremely well,” according to Queen Camilla

Queen Camilla stated that King Charles “is doing extremely well under the circumstances” after his cancer treatment began. During a Thursday night ceremony at Salisbury Cathedral, she was asked how the King was doing and responded, “He is very touched by all of the letters and messages the public have been sending from everywhere.” That’s encouraging, she continued. The King’s cancer diagnosis was revealed by Buckingham Palace on Monday. According to the Palace, it was found last month while the monarch was receiving treatment for an enlarged prostate. It has been established that the cancer is not prostate cancer, but the exact form of cancer has not been revealed.


According to the Palace, the King has taken a leave of absence from all public engagements while receiving treatment. At some ceremonies, senior royals such as the Queen and the Prince of Wales will assume their duties. For the first time since his illness was revealed, the King and the Queen were seen on Wednesday driving out of London’s Clarence House and boarding a helicopter to Sandringham, Norfolk. According to Buckingham Palace, the monarch will carry out his constitutional obligations and paperwork while receiving the undisclosed therapy.


The Duke of Sussex, the King’s son, traveled from the United States to see him before he departed London. The next day, he was spotted at Heathrow Airport on his way back to Los Angeles, where he resides with his spouse, Meghan, and their two kids. Speaking on Thursday night in Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, the Queen was part of a musical celebration honoring the efforts of nearby charities. Paramedic Ben Abbott of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance team was one of the people she spoke with. He added, “We’re all really sad to hear the news, but we do hope His Majesty is doing well.”

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