King Charles ‘won’t slow down’ amid cancer battle: Queen Camilla

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King Charles and Queen Camilla

LONDON, June 10: Queen Camilla has provided an update on King Charles’s health, urging him to “slow down” as he continues his cancer treatment. The 75-year-old monarch has been receiving outpatient cancer treatment since disclosing his diagnosis in February.

Over the weekend, Queen Camilla, 76, shared that His Majesty is “doing fine except he won’t slow down and won’t do what he’s told,” according to Sky News. The Queen made these remarks while speaking to writer Lee Child during the Queen’s Reading Room Festival at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday. The child humorously responded that Charles “sounds to me like a typical husband.”

Recently, King Charles has gradually resumed public duties. He traveled to France to attend the D-Day 80th anniversary commemorative ceremony. On Thursday, Charles and Camilla participated in the British memorial event at Ver-Sur-Mer, Normandy, organized by the British Royal Legion. In his speech, the King expressed deep gratitude for the service of those involved in the historic landings.

Charles was seen greeting several veterans before returning to the UK with Camilla later that day. Palace sources confirmed that Charles missed the international ceremony on Friday on doctors’ advice to manage his schedule carefully.

Looking ahead, King Charles plans to make a notable appearance at this week’s Trooping the Colour ceremony in London. Unlike previous years, he will arrive in a horse-drawn carriage with Queen Camilla instead of riding on horseback. This will be the royal family’s second Trooping the Colour ceremony since Charles ascended to the throne in May 2023.

It remains uncertain if Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, will attend the ceremony. The 42-year-old has been battling an unspecified form of cancer since January and has stayed largely out of the public eye since announcing her diagnosis in March.

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