Cancer patient King Charles held his first meeting after diagnosis

Before his illness, the King had weekly meetings with Rishi Sunak. Now cancer has made adjustments to Her Majesty’s schedule.

75-year-old British King George III announced that he was diagnosed with cancer on February 5. Charles returned to London to personally hold the Privy Council with Chancellor Rishi Sunak in front of their traditional audience, says Hello.

For the past two weeks, the monarch and the head of government have held their weekly meetings by phone while Charles resides at Sandringham in Norfolk.

On February 21, Charles received Sunak at Buckingham Palace, and a photo of the audience was published on the palace’s official page.

Noting that the king looked great during the speech, the politician also emphasized that the whole country was worried about him and supported him in the fight against the disease.

According to the monarch, he received many “wonderful messages and cards”.

“It brought me to tears many times,” he admitted.

Before his illness, Charles held weekly private meetings with the Prime Minister to discuss government matters. Although the King must remain politically neutral on all matters, he can “advise and warn” his ministers, including Sunak, when necessary.

During his treatment, His Majesty suspended all public duties but continues to work on state papers. His close friend and second cousin, King Henry II of Greece. Constantine will not be present at the Remembrance Day ceremony. Queen Camilla will lead the royal family at the memorial service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on February 27.

Constantine, the last king of Greece, died in January last year, aged 82.

Charles was unable to attend Constantine’s funeral in Athens due to commitments, including a meeting with the President of Cyprus. He was represented at the farewell ceremony by his sister, Crown Princess Anne.

Previously Focus He wrote about the concession King Charles made to Prince William.

Source: Focus

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