“King Charles has pancreatic cancer and just two years of life” supports report

After the reports that want the princess of Wales to suffer from colon cancer and have undergone hysterectomy, new reports reveal his cancer. According to In Touch magazine, King Charles III, who faces serious health problems alongside Kate Middleton, he suffers from pancreatic cancer and has only a few months to live. In the best scenario King Charles has no more than two years of life. The magazine invokes sources according to which King Charles’ cancer is worse than he has let the palace be understood, while even before diagnosis there were concerns about his health. However, the magazine does not give more details to support its graphs and is limited to reporting that a source of information is a high-ranking executive of the royal family and notes that pancreatic cancer for the king is a common secret among a few trusted ones of the royal family. With a newer report he notes that the palace now examines plans for the king’s funeral called “Operation Menai Bridge”. It is noted that Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral was called “Operation Bridge of London”. ‘Operation Menai Bridge’ includes the known protocols: When the monarch dies, Charles’ body will be transferred from the throne hall to Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. He will be put on a laity pilgrimage and his official funeral will take place nine days later. He’ll probably be buried in the royal vault at Windsor Castle. However, the scenarios regarding the state of health give him and take him, while he will attend the Mass at Windsor on Easter Sunday.

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