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Royal Family: Official – King Charles III.  He takes a radical step

Royal Family: Official – King Charles III. He takes a radical step

With cancer, King Charles III. Don't stay behind the scenes. On the contrary, shortly after the king himself discovered the diagnosis, Buckingham Palace issued a public statement.

Afterwards, the British Prince himself commented on his current condition, thanked him for the numerous messages he had received, and even waved to the paparazzi camera on his way to the service at Sandringham. This means: King Charles III. He tries to be as close to people as possible.

This news is the most surprising. The son of the late Queen Elizabeth II has made a radical decision.

Royal Family: King Charles III. He takes a radical step

It is one of the most important holidays in the world: Commonwealth Day. It is celebrated annually on the second Monday of March in honor of the Confederation of States, now King Charles III. He heads. For 2024, this means: March 11.

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But on that special day, according to the British newspaper Express, the king will not participate in the traditional service. Due to the 75-year-old's ongoing cancer treatment since learning of his illness, he will forego the public memorial event this year.

But he will not completely withdraw from the public eye. Instead, in response to his desire to “stay visible,” he will send a private message via video. The video has already been recorded. The topic of his speech will be: “One Common, Flexible Future.”

Royal insiders claim that King Charles III. In the letter, he wanted to express his gratitude to people across the Commonwealth, especially those who sent him their well wishes when they found out he had cancer.

Charles received more than 7,000 cards and letters, in which the Express reports, among other things, that he should “never give up” on treatment.

While King Charles III. If he stays away from the service on Commonwealth Day, his wife Queen Camilla and other family members should be there instead. In addition to Camilla, the heir to the throne is also expected to be Prince William.