According to sources at Buckingham Palace, the King of Britain is currently undergoing treatment
Although nothing has been determined about the type of cancer yet, it is clear that it is not linked to the prostate.
Britain’s King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer just six months after taking the throne. He went to the hospital for physical treatment due to some body problems. Buckingham Palace announced on Monday that he had cancer at the time. Soon after his treatment began, he spoke from Buckingham.
“The King of Britain was brought to the hospital for a physical examination due to a small prostate enlargement, which separately revealed a problem with his body. Then he underwent all the tests. All the tests indicated the root of the cancer. Buckingham Palace also said. All these are considered official.
Initially, this news became sensational about the king in Britain after Sona, but the British government office said that the king’s physical cancer was correct, but the cancer of his body was known to be a minor problem. But some criticism about what kind of cancer the British monarch is now suffering from has not gone gold.
“Britain’s King Charles has resumed regular appointments from today, with doctors advising him to back off the burden of facing the public with this physical issue,” a Buckingham Palace source said. The palace also informed that from now on through the period of this bad news, the Maharaja will continue to conduct state business as usual and all official functions through paper.
Charles’ accession to the throne was formalized at Westminster Abbey last May following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Charles III ascended the throne of England on September 8. He was made the master of the kingdom by wearing the ‘St. Edward’s Crown’ on his head. And within six months he succumbed to cancer.