King Charles III Diagnosed with Cancer, Buckingham Palace Reveals

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Buckingham Palace made a somber announcement today, revealing that King Charles III has been diagnosed with cancer. The specific type of cancer has not been disclosed, but it was discovered during recent treatment for an enlarged prostate.

The 75-year-old monarch has commenced "regular treatments" as of Monday and will be stepping back from public duties during this period, according to the Palace. Despite the challenging diagnosis, King Charles III remains optimistic about his treatment and is eager to resume his full public duties as soon as possible.

Details regarding the stage of cancer or prognosis have not been shared publicly. However, both of his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, have been informed personally about his condition. Prince Harry, currently residing in the United States, is reportedly planning to travel to the UK to be by his father's side in the coming days.

King Charles III returned to London from Sandringham in Norfolk on Monday morning to commence his outpatient treatment. While he will temporarily suspend his public appearances, he will continue to fulfill his constitutional obligations as head of state, including administrative duties and private meetings.

The news of the King's diagnosis has prompted an outpouring of support and well-wishes from the public and political figures alike. As the monarch begins this challenging journey, the nation stands in solidarity, hoping for his swift recovery.

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