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King has been “tearled” by the messages of support he has received since announcing his illness.

King has been “tearled” by the messages of support he has received since announcing his illness.

The British sovereign today met his Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Buckingham Palace.

King Charles III said on Wednesday, February 21, that he had been “brought to tears” by the messages of support and cards he had received since being diagnosed with cancer. Sky News.

As the British sovereign meets every Wednesday, his prime minister met Rishi Sunak, the first visit between the two at Buckingham Palace since the monarch's cancer announcement.

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During the meeting, the head of state was delighted that he was “very good”, assuring him that “the whole country is behind you”.

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The king also participated in the “Privy Council” on Wednesday afternoon, which is responsible for advising the monarch. Recently, the monarch attended Sunday services at Sandringham in the east of England.

Less than 18 months on the throne, the king began treatment earlier this month for an unspecified cancer. The disease was diagnosed during a recent operation for benign prostatic hypertrophy, but we know it is not prostate cancer. Rishi Sunak said the disease was diagnosed “prematurely”.

The palace announced that he will stay out of public life indefinitely if he resumes some of his administrative duties.

In a thank-you message about ten days ago, the King expressed his joy at the fact that his illness had gone public, “helping to raise public awareness and highlight the work of all these organizations that support cancer patients. Families in the UK and around the world.”