King Charles III (75) is currently recuperating at the Sandringham estate. However, according to the media, he will travel to London again next week. Apparently, the first personal meetings after the king's cancer became known are on the agenda.
King Charles III: He has a limited number of appointments
On the recommendation of doctors, the king should not attend public meetings during his official treatment. But as the British “Daily Mail” now reports, citing anonymous sources, Charles is now doing so well that he can hold a limited number of personal meetings.
Among them is probably an audience with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak (43). The King's weekly meetings with the Prime Minister focus on government issues. However, since Charles has already started treatment, the monarch and the prime minister did not speak to each other by phone until this week.
“We are not in the habit of commenting on the prime minister's discussions with the king and will not do so in the future,” a Sunaki spokesman told Sky News. “However, we have agreed with the Palace that in this particular case we will confirm that they will speak on the phone at a later date.”
King Charles is said to be doing “very well under the circumstances”.
During tests after prostate surgery, King Charles III. Buckingham Palace announced on February 5 that a “form of cancer” had been diagnosed. His wife Queen Camilla, 76, confirmed on February 8 in her first public appearance since the diagnosis was announced that Charles was doing “extremely well for the circumstances”.
“He is touched by all the letters and messages that have been sent by the public from all over. It is very encouraging,” he reportedly said at an event in Salisbury, England.
The heir to the throne Prince William (41), whose wife Princess Kate (42) should recover from stomach surgery by Easter, had also made a public appearance shortly before. At a gala dinner organized by the London Air Ambulance Charity, she not only met Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise (61), but also addressed the situation of the last difficult weeks in a speech: “I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks and friendly messages of support to Catherine and my father, especially in the last days. It means a lot to all of us.”
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