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Resting King Charles III, While Camilla Admits Feeling ‘Exhausted’… Meet the Two Royal Family Members Set to Step Up Next”

King Charles III is suffering from cancer and is showing signs of frailty. While he is enjoying a few weeks’ rest, his wife Camilla seems “exhausted”. Two members of the royal family are taking over to relieve her.

It’s not easy to manage a sick husband and professional duties. Queen Camilla seems exhausted, having been working for several weeks in place of her husband, King Charles III. He is suffering from cancer and is resting to get back into shape. Since the start of his convalescence, his wife has taken over the reins, but the fatigue is taking its toll on the loving wife. She will soon be relieved, as two members of the royal family will be taking over.

Prince William and Princess Anne are preparing to take over Queen Camilla’s responsibilities so that she can take a well-deserved break for a holiday abroad. Since the King’s shock cancer diagnosis in January, Her Majesty has completed thirteen official solo engagements. While Camilla rests, Prince William and Princess Anne will take her place.


A woman full of energy

It has to be said that since the start of her husband’s convalescence, Camilla has not had a second to herself. On 14 February, she went alone to Grosvenor House in London for an event celebrating Shakespeare, of whom the King is a fan. Last week, she led the Royal Family at a memorial event for King Constantine II of Greece at Windsor Chapel. Quite a schedule for a 76-year-old. A royal source told the Sunday Times, “Although she didn’t expect to find herself in the position of leading the family, the Queen is absolutely ready to do whatever needs to be done for the institution.” She added: “She has been energised by the public reaction. She has found reserves of energy that she didn’t even think she had.” In any case, she made her husband proud.

After a well-deserved rest, the Queen will resume her duties on Monday 11 March to represent the King at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey. Charles III will issue a video message.

Photo credits: Julien Burton / Bestimage

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