King Charles’ cancer ‘more dangerous’ than we know

King Charles has purportedly initiated work on plans for his succession, given that his cancer is deemed “more dangerous than we have been led to believe.”

The monarch received the diagnosis earlier this month after undergoing treatment in the hospital for a “separate” enlarged prostate. Royal expert and author Tom Quinn suggest that the King’s illness has prompted the development of plans, primarily focusing on Prince William.

Quinn stated to The Mirror: “Charles is also aware that, as the future king, William is at the heart of the succession planning that is taking place right now. Officials had assumed Charles would remain healthy at least into his mid-eighties before succession planning would need to begin. Still, it has now begun and indicates perhaps that Charles’ cancer is more dangerous than we have been led to believe.”

He added, “No one trusts [Prince] Harry” due to his recent string of media interviews and criticisms in his debut memoir, “Spare,” about the Royal Family. “Succession planning is highly secret, and no one trusts Harry to be part of it for the simple reason that if he feels in any way slighted or not given what he feels he deserves, he will run straight to the media,” Quinn continued.

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