King Charles’ Cancer May Be More Serious Than Previously Thought

King Charles’ Cancer May Be More Serious Than Previously Thought

King Charles has access to the best medical treatments available to man….but will they be enough?

While his exact form of cancer has not been revealed, many are reading between the lines and starting to grow concerned it may be more serious than the Crown has let on. suggests the King has shifted his focus recently to estate planning and succession, a move that is causing many to assume the cancer could be more serious than previously though:

The type of cancer has not been revealed to the public, but it was reportedly caught early and the King has been undergoing ‘regular treatments’ ever since.

Nevertheless, the issue has reportedly prompted the King to start formalising his succession plans earlier than intended and ensure that Prince William is at the heart of them, sparking rumours that his illness could be more serious than we have been led to believe.

King Charles and Queen Camilla wave to onlookers.
A royal insider claims the King’s illness could be ‘more serious than we have been led to believe'(Picture: AP)
Tom Quinn, a Royal expert and author, told the Mirror: ‘Charles is also aware that, as 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 but in fact it has now begun and indicates perhaps that Charles’ cancer is more dangerous than we have been led to believe.

‘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.’

The Mirror confirms:

King Charles is believed to be working on his succession planning, but it’s being kept “highly secret” from his son Prince Harry.

The monarch was diagnosed with cancer earlier this month after undergoing hospital treatment for a separate issue. The King’s illness is believed to have led to the planning which centres around his son Prince William, according to royal expert and author Tom Quinn.

Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, Tom said the Prince of Wales is “at the heart of the succession planning”, but “no one trusts Harry”. The distrust is said to have come about following Harry’s media interviews and attacks on the Royal Family in his debut memoir, Spare.

It should be noted that Business Times ( released a report today that the King has been given 6 months to live, but we cannot find any evidence corroborating that report:

We did, however, notice this video, below which if you’re like me you may not immediately understand the significance so allow me to explain:

Apparently, the recent parade of the “Royal British Cavalry” has a special message.

The custom of royal riders is to never bring a white horse without the presence of the king and queen.
The presence of a white horse means the presence of the king.

When King Charles is not present in this Cavalry, it means that he is dead.

Another version here:

King Charles was not present.

Some have speculated the White Horse was instead meant for Jacob Rothschild, a man arguably more powerful than the King:

Some have speculated the White Horse was instead meant for Jacob Rothschild, a man arguably more powerful than the King:

Meanwhile, The Independent reports that King Charles has sought the counsel of a Greek Orthodox Monk for spiritual counseling:

A Greek Orthodox monk says King Charles III has turned to him for spiritual advice since his cancer diagnosis.

The monarch, who acceded to the throne 17 months ago, was diagnosed with an unspecified form of cancer while he was being treated for a benign enlarged prostate.

Elder Ephraim, the Mount Athos-based abbot of the Holy Monastery of Vatopedi, revealed earlier this month that Charles reached out to him following his diagnosis to seek “prayers and consoling words for strength to overcome difficulties”.

Charles and the abbot reportedly share a friendship that has spanned 25 years and became closer following the death of Princess Diana in 1997.

“Charles has a spiritual sophistication, a spiritual life,” Mr Ephraim told The Sun. “Yes, he has been in contact since the diagnosis and I believe he’ll overcome it.”

Although little has been made public about their friendship, Charles has reportedly visited the monastic community of Mount Athos at least eight times.

Charles met Mr Ephraim for the first time in 1998 during his visit to the Vatopedi monastery, shortly after Diana’s death, according to reports. The monarch now has his own quarters reserved for when he stays at Vatopedi.

“We have a very good rapport,” the abbot added.

The Sun quoted a source saying that Charles likes to meditate, pray and follow ancient rituals such as “getting up at 4am to follow the liturgy which he absolutely adores”.

“There is no question that the British royal is Orthodox in his heart,” another Greek monk told The Greek Herald. “Sadly, he is very constrained by his position.”

The monarch has taken a step back from frontline duties but was seen in good sprits last week as he went through cards of support sent to him during his cancer treatment.

On a lighter note, Greg Gutfeld had this hilarious joke: