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    Fans and stars react to Charles' cancer diagnosis


    King Charles III is suffering from cancer. A report that not only shocked the British royal family. Fans from all over the world send him well wishes.

    On Monday evening, Buckingham Palace released worrying news: King Charles III. has cancer. This was discovered during his recent hospital treatment for benign prostate enlargement. The subsequent diagnostic tests would have detected a form of cancer.

    As soon as the statement was published, concerned fans spoke up. Many wished the king a speedy recovery. “Truly one of the worst news a family can receive. I send all my prayers and love,” wrote one user on Instagram. “I wish His Majesty a speedy recovery and send positive thoughts during this time,” said another user.

    Also read: “An amazing man. I wish you a speedy recovery. Thank you for sharing this with the nation – an inspiration to inspire others to get checked.” Others also thanked him for his openness. “Very brave of him to share this with the world,” praised one fan. “His decision to share his journey will undoubtedly lead to other men getting checked out,” another commented.

    “The whole country wishes him all the best”

    Prominent faces also spoke up on Monday evening. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wished Charles, who is also head of state, a speedy recovery and a full and speedy recovery. “I have no doubt he will quickly return to full strength and I know the whole country will wish him well.”

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote on It continues: “We send him our best wishes – and hope for a quick and complete recovery.”

    “He is a wonderful man”

    Donald Trump also commented on the king's diagnosis. “He is a wonderful man who I have gotten to know well during my presidency and we all pray that he makes a speedy and full recovery!” he wrote on his own online network Truth Social.

    Joe Biden also spoke up. The US President is “concerned” about the King's cancer diagnosis. Asked about the illness by a reporter on the sidelines of an appointment in Las Vegas, Nevada, he said: “I'm worried about him. He only found out about the diagnosis recently and hopes to be able to speak to Charles soon – “God willing”.

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