King Charles ‘frustrated’ over pace of his cancer recovery


New Delhi: king charles According to his nephew Peter Phillips, the British people are disappointed with the speed of his recovery from cancer. Phillips, the eldest grandson of the late Queen Elizabeth and son of Princess Anne, revealed the information during an interview with Sky News Australia on Sunday, the first such case. royal family The member discussed Raja's position in detail.
The revelation about King Charles's mental condition follows recent news from Britain's Princess Kate of Wales, who revealed on Friday that she was undergoing preventive chemotherapy due to the presence of cancer, sparking health concerns within the royal family. Another layer added.
In the interview, Phillips said, “He's frustrated that he can't move forward and do everything he wants to be able to do”. He said that despite being pragmatic and acknowledging the need for recovery time, King Charles is eager to resume his normal activities.
Phillips said the monarch constantly puts pressure on his staff, doctors and nurses to assess what tasks he can perform during this period.
At 75, King Charles aims to attend a low-key Easter service and family celebration next Sunday, although confirmation of his attendance will not be given in advance. Kensington Palace confirmed the absence of both Kate and her husband Prince William from the Easter service.
Earlier in the year, King Charles underwent a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate in January. Buckingham Palace announced later in February that he would be undergoing treatment for an unspecified form of cancer, leading to the suspension of his public royal duties.
During a visit to Northern Ireland on Thursday, Britain's Queen Camilla assured the public that her husband, King Charles, is “doing very well.”
(with agency input)

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