Prince Harry is preparing to return to the UK following news that his father, Prince Charles III, has been diagnosed with cancer. This information came to light this week, according to what was reported by the British news agency PA Media.
Harry, who currently resides in the USA, has already contacted his father and plans to visit him soon. While the King's health is a global concern, he has chosen to keep most details of his diagnosis private.
Charles III and his cancer diagnosis
Buckingham Palace announced on Monday (5) that King Charles III has been diagnosed with cancer. However, out of respect for the king's privacy, the British royal family did not specify the type of disease.
A reliable source told CNN that Charles does not suffer from prostate cancer, contrary to initial speculation.
Details about the king's health condition
Recently, Charles III underwent prostate surgery, where “another point of concern” was identified. Since Monday, Charles has begun anti-cancer treatments and has postponed public commitments, on the advice of doctors. However, he will continue to work and do paperwork, according to the statement from Buckingham.
Positivity amid diagnosis
Despite the diagnosis, Charles III remains positive. He intends to resume his public activities as soon as possible. The King's openness about his diagnosis may seem surprising to some, but the royal family has expressed a desire to avoid speculation and help the public understand cancer.
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