King Charles breaks cover after cancer diagnosis and heartfelt message to nation
11.02.2024 - 12:10
King Charles has broken cover after his cancer diagnosis, attending a church service on the Royal Sandringham Estate, where he's been recuperating. The King, who looked cheerful as he waved to onlookers, had earlier expressed his gratitude for the public's heartfelt messages of support.
The monarch was deeply moved by the nation's support in his battle against cancer and sent out a thank you message on Saturday, 10 February. In his note, Charles mentioned that it was the "greatest comfort" and he was encouraged that his diagnosis has brought attention to organisations aiding patients.
The Queen also expressed that she had been "touched".
In a sincere statement from Buckingham Palace, Charles shared that his illness has increased his "lifelong admiration" for organisations like the NHS and charities that assist thousands in their fight against the disease. The 75 year old King also said he was "heartened" that sharing his situation has helped increase "public understanding" of the illness. Royal insiders revealed last night that His Majesty is "doing well" and had been expected to attend church at Sandringham.
The King is currently recuperating at his Norfolk estate, taking some time out to rest before more treatments.
Last month, while being treated for an enlarged prostate at the London Clinic, a separate condition, a "form of cancer", was discovered. He started "regular treatments" last Monday and has put public duties on hold, though he will continue his weekly meetings with the Prime Minister. Insiders hint that Charles might share snaps or videos of his meetings with Rishi Sunak at Buckingham Palace.
The website popstar.one is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint
on the news if you find it unreliable.