Buckingham Palace said Britain’s monarch King Charles will suspend his public duties to undergo treatment for cancer. The palace has not disclosed what form of cancer the King has.
Charles, 75, who became king in September 2022 following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth, is feeling ‘positive’ and looking ‘forward to returning to full public duty as soon as possible’, the palace said.
Charles spent three nights in hospital last month where he had a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate.
No further details were given about the type of cancer the King has.