King Charles III and cancer, fears for his health. Buckingham Palace: “He will resume public engagements next week”


By John

King Charles III's health conditions worsened. Rumors circulating in international tabloids, but which at the moment are not confirmed by the royal house, claim that the monarch, who announced in January that he has prostate cancer, is not responding to treatment as hoped. The concern of the subjects would also be increased by the fact of the continuous updates to the funeral plan. The Menai Brigde, the function's code name, was established at the moment of accession to the throne, as traditionally happens. But the fact that in recent days we have intervened to change details suggests that there is some urgent fear and that therefore we do not want to leave anything to chance.

The note from Buckingham Palace

King Charles III will make a limited return to public representation duties starting next week. Buckingham Palace declared this after the sovereign's doctors said they were “very encouraged” by the progress of his cancer treatment.