British Queen celebrates

King Charles is reportedly "doing extremely well under the circumstances" after commencing his cancer treatment, according to Queen Camilla.

At an event held at Salisbury Cathedral on Thursday evening, Queen Camilla expressed gratitude for the outpouring of support from the public through letters and messages for the King's health. Buckingham Palace disclosed the monarch's cancer diagnosis earlier in the week, stating it was discovered during treatment for an enlarged prostate. The specific type of cancer has not been disclosed, although it has been confirmed to be unrelated to prostate cancer.

The King has temporarily withdrawn from public duties to focus on his treatment, with senior royals, including the Queen and the Prince of Wales, assuming some of his responsibilities for certain events.

The King was recently seen alongside the Queen leaving Clarence House in London, en route to Sandringham in Norfolk. Buckingham Palace assured that he would continue to fulfill his paperwork and constitutional obligations during his treatment period.

Before departing London, the Duke of Sussex traveled from the US to visit his father, the King. The Queen attended a musical concert in Salisbury Cathedral, where she conversed with a member of the Wiltshire Air Ambulance team, expressing her appreciation for their support.

Other members of the Royal Family, including the Prince of Wales and the Princess Royal, have also continued with their royal engagements amidst concerns for the King's health. Prince Charles attended a fundraiser for the London Air Ambulance, thanking well-wishers for their support for both the King and the Princess of Wales, who is recovering from surgery. Princess Anne participated in official engagements but did not address inquiries about the King's health while departing a military barracks in Bicester, Oxfordshire. Photo by Mark Tantrum, Wikimedia commons.