King Charles III, who has been recently diagnosed with cancer, broke his silence and addressed the issue for the first time since the high-profile news
King Charles III of the United Kingdom addressed the British people for the first time after it became known that he had cancer. The monarch expressed his sincere gratitude for the many words of support and good wishes he has received in recent days.
His statement was published on the official Facebook page of the royal family on Saturday evening, February 10. Charles noted that everyone who has had cancer knows that such support is the greatest comfort and encouragement.
The King also expressed his joy at the impact his openness about his diagnosis has had. By speaking out about his condition, he has helped to promote public understanding and shed light on the work of all those organizations that support cancer patients and their families in the UK and around the world.
"My lifelong admiration for their tireless care and dedication is made all the greater by my own personal experience," Charles added.
In the comments to the post, people from the UK and around the world wished him a speedy recovery.