Rishi Sunak wished King Charles a speedy recovery

Rishi Sunak wished King Charles a speedy recovery
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak| Photo: EFE/ Miguel Angel Molina

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wishes Britain's King Charles III, who is suffering from an unspecified type of cancer, a full and speedy recovery, Buckingham Palace said on Monday (5).

“I have no doubt that he will soon return to full potential, and I know that the whole country will be the best for him,” Sunak wrote on his account on the social network X (formerly Twitter).

Through the same social network, Labor opposition leader Keir Starmer wished the British monarch a speedy recovery and wished him a speedy recovery.

After hearing the news, other political figures in the country also wanted to wish King Charles III, 75, a speedy recovery.

For example, House of Commons Speaker Lindsey Hoyle conveyed MPs' best wishes to the monarch for “successful treatment and a speedy recovery”.

In his address to the delegates, Hoyle expressed his sympathies to the King and his family on behalf of all Members of Parliament.

Former Prime Ministers Boris Johnson and Liz Truss and London Mayor Sadiq Khan have also wished the monarch a speedy recovery from cancer.

In a statement released this Monday, the British Royal Family explained that the tumor was discovered during the monarch's recent surgery to treat an enlarged prostate at the end of January, although the British public broadcaster “BBC” guaranteed that it was not. Prostate cancer.

The 75-year-old monarch began a regular schedule of treatment today, during which she will suspend her public activities, according to Buckingham.

Despite the cancellation of his upcoming public engagements, Charles III will continue to carry out his official duties as usual, according to the palace.

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“Her Majesty has chosen to share her diagnosis in order to avoid speculation and in the hope that it will contribute to public understanding for all people in the world affected by cancer,” the statement highlighted.

The note highlighted that Charles III was feeling “very positive” about the treatment and wanted to “return to full public activity as soon as possible”.

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