Charles’s 30 minute reunion with Harry
King Charles spent 30 minutes with estranged son Harry yesterday — their first meeting in 16 months.
The Duke flew 5,000 miles from the US to London after his dad’s cancer diagnosis.
The King was said to be “doing very well” and “entirely his normal self”.
A friend who saw His Majesty said: “If you didn’t know there was anything wrong with him you wouldn’t know.”
Queen Elizabeth left ‘secret letter’ to King Charles before tragic passing
The late Queen left a “secret letter” for her son Charles that the public will never know the contents of, a royal author has said.
Robert Hardman, author of Charles III, revealed to GBNews: “The thing that absolutely put the hairs on the back of my neck was when I heard about it was her last red box.
“She’d had a red box brought to her every single day of her life as Queen.
“She was only ever allowed two days off, her birthday and Christmas Day.
“Other than that her red box, every day, was full of papers and stuff to be dealt with.
“And right at the end, you know, they opened up her last red box, it’s there in her room after she’s died and there’s a letter to the Prince of Wales.
“We’ll probably never know what was in it.”
Buckingham Palace full statement
“Subsequent diagnostic tests have identified a form of cancer.
“His Majesty has today commenced a schedule of regular treatments, during which time he has been advised by doctors to postpone public-facing duties.
The statement continued: “Throughout this period, His Majesty will continue to undertake State business and official paperwork as usual.
“The King is grateful to his medical team for their swift intervention, which was made possible thanks to his recent hospital procedure. He remains wholly positive about his treatment and looks forward to returning to full public duty as soon as possible.
“His Majesty has chosen to share his diagnosis to prevent speculation and in the hope it may assist public understanding for all those around the world who are affected by cancer.”
King Charles broke from royal protocol with cancer announcement
British monarchs have traditionally remained tight-lipped on their health battles.
But King Charles, in a bid to be open and avoid speculation, revealed his cancer diagnosis to the world.
This is in stark contrast to the King’s grandfather who, in 1951, simply told the nation an “abnormality” had been found in his lung, shortly before dying.