King Charles jokes about “being allowed out of my cage”

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King Charles appears to be taking his cancer treatment all in stride as he joked on a visit to a military training college about “being allowed out of my cage.”

During a visit to the 3 Royal School Of Military Engineering, His Majesty said: “I do apologise for taking you by surprise, but when this opportunity appeared and I had been allowed out of my cage, I wanted to come and see.”

His Majesty met with the soldiers and their families during his trip and a salute from the Quarter Guard. The King visited the college in his capacity as Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Engineers.

This was King Charles’s first solo engagement since returning to public royal duties.

The King recently returned to public-facing royal duties after undergoing treatment for an unspecified cancer. Doctors have been “very encouraged” by his progress and have allowed him to begin some public royal duties.

King Charles announced in February that he had been diagnosed with cancer and would be undergoing treatment.

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Brittani Barger
Brittani is from the United States and has been researching, writing and reporting on the royals for over a decade. Successfully gaining exclusives and interviews with royals across the globe, Brittani left her role as an editor for another news site to help bring you Royal News. She's been seen on BBC World, WION News and other news programs to discuss the royal families.

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