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King Charles Receives Medical Advice During Brief Hospital Stay Amid Cancer Battle

Amid ongoing health issues, King Charles was taken to a hospital in London for cancer treatment on Tuesday, just a day before his historic D-Day speech, which brought Queen Camilla to tears. According to GB News, the monarch expressed to the doctors his desire to join the veterans and “lead from the front.” The King, […]

Amid ongoing health issues, King Charles was taken to a hospital in London for cancer treatment on Tuesday, just a day before his historic D-Day speech, which brought Queen Camilla to tears.

According to GB News, the monarch expressed to the doctors his desire to join the veterans and “lead from the front.”

The King, who was cleared by his medical team to resume his Royal duties in April, attended the event. However, on medical advice, his “carefully calibrated” appearance was shortened by 45 minutes.

Prince William supported King Charles

Doctors are believed to have suggested “compromises,” leading to Prince William standing in for his father at the Omaha Beach celebration in France.

Royal insiders revealed that all events attended by King Charles were reviewed in cooperation with doctors. “They were extremely long days and some compromises had to be made,” they noted.

Meanwhile, a close aide to Prince William mentioned that the Prince of Wales is eager to assist his father, both domestically and internationally.

Speaking to an emotional gathering of veterans during a national commemorative event in Ver-sur-Mer on Thursday, the monarch conveyed his “profound sense of gratitude” to the army heroes who served in 1944.

King and Queen got emotional

Both the King and Queen became emotional, with Camilla wiping her eyes as a war veteran shared his heartfelt story with the crowd.

When a soldier inquired about King Charles’s health, the monarch reassured him by saying he is “doing well.”

The King paid tribute to the “remarkable wartime generation,” reminding the audience, “It is with our most profound gratitude that we remember them and all who served at that critical time.”

The Prince of Wales honored soldiers who served “for our freedom” at a Canadian anniversary service on Juno Beach, stating, “All of you demonstrated heroism and determination, that ensured fascism was conquered.”

Charles is set to attend the King’s Foundation Awards on Tuesday, June 11, at St James’ Palace in London.

Additionally, the monarch plans to participate in his birthday parade, known as Trooping the Colour, on June 15. Meanwhile, Princess Kate, who missed an important royal event as Colonel of the Irish Guards on Saturday due to cancer treatment, is unlikely to appear on Buckingham Palace’s balcony this year.

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