King Charles diagnosed with cancer, will postpone duties and undergo treatment

February 06, 2024

LONDON -- King Charles has been diagnosed with a form of cancer and will postpone public engagements to undergo treatment, Buckingham Palace said on Monday, but added he remained "wholly positive" about the scare less than 18 months into his reign. As such, Charles will continue to have meetings with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, while his wife Queen Camilla will continue with her engagements. Britain's King Charles leaves the London Clinic with Britain's Queen Camilla after receiving treatment for an enlarged prostate, in London, Britain January 29, 2024. "Navigating a cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship takes hope and absolute courage," Biden said. After waiting longer than any heir in British history to become king, Charles' first year on the throne was dominated by his coronation - Britain's biggest ceremonial event for generations, full of pomp and pageantry.

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