King Charles’s visit to Canada postponed after cancer diagnosis

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King Charles and Queen Camilla’s first official visit to Canada has been postponed.

The King was due to visit the North American realm in May of this year, but after the monarch’s cancer diagnosis, it is now being postponed.

CBC News was told that “following the announcement of a cancer diagnosis for His Majesty the King, there are no more tours planned in Canada for 2024, nor are there any tours planned with other members of the Royal Family,” from a Canadian official.

Buckingham Palace never confirmed the trip to Canada, but Canadian government sources revealed the visit to CBC News in Canada.

Doctors discovered the King had cancer while the monarch was undergoing a procedure for a benign enlarged prostate. The type of cancer has not been revealed, but it has been said it is not prostate cancer.

Medical professionals caught the cancer early, and His Majesty is already undergoing treatment. He will refrain from public duties but will continue working on matters of the state behind closed doors.

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