Prince Harry has ‘made King Charles’ most cancers all about him’, royal insider fumes

Prince Harry has been criticised by Royal insiders for allegedly making King Charles’ latest most cancers prognosis all about himself, creating “unnecessary drama” within the course of.

This comes after he flew dwelling for a quick assembly together with his father earlier this week, after which returned to the United States simply 25 hours later.

However, a household pal advised The Daily Beast: “To announce on Monday that he [Harry] was flying home immediately after [Charles’ diagnosis] was made public added unnecessary drama to an already febrile situation.”

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They continued: “It had people speculating that Charles was at death’s door, when in fact, his cancer is eminently treatable and, as the Prime-Minister subsequently said, has been caught early.”

Commenting of King Charles agreeing to see Prince Harry at such brief discover, they stated “any father would do the same thing,” the Daily Express experiences. After spending the evening in a luxurious resort as a substitute of a Royal residence, Prince Harry rapidly returned to the US to be with Meghan Markle and their two kids.

However, the Duke of Sussex did not waste any time making his subsequent public look when he gave a wonderful shock in Vegas on his return to Los Angeles, presenting an award only a day after flying dwelling.

The King's cancer announcement shocked the UK
The King’s most cancers announcement shocked the UK

He handed the Walter Payton Man of the Year trophy to Cameron Heyward, a Pittsburgh Steelers footballer, inflicting a buzz among the many viewers.

Regardless, officers on the Palace remained very assured of the King’s well being points being resolved, saying that he was “wholly positive” about his therapy and desirous to get again to his duties soonest doable.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman added: “His Majesty has chosen to share his diagnosis to prevent speculation and in the hope it may assist public understanding for all those around the world who are affected by cancer.”

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