The King has apologised for having to postpone engagements after his most cancers analysis.
Buckingham Palace mentioned the analysis means his forthcoming public engagements should be rearranged or postponed, as the Queen continues to take care of a full programme of public duties.
The King‘s analysis, introduced on Monday, means it’s unlikely he’ll attend the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on 11 March.
The service is normally attended by senior members of the Royal Family.
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It was additionally anticipated the King and Queen would have a number of high-profile abroad visits over the approaching months.
They had been on account of journey to Canada in May, after which to Australia, New Zealand and Samoa in October for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
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Buckingham Palace is but to verify whether or not the excursions – his first visits to these nations as King – will go forward.
No date has been recommended for the King’s return to full public duties as he undergoes therapy.
The Palace has not formally confirmed any upcoming state visits.
“Regrettably, a number of The King’s forthcoming public engagements will have to be rearranged or postponed,” a Palace spokesperson mentioned.
“His Majesty would like to apologise to all those who may be disappointed or inconvenienced as a consequence.”
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Other members of the Royal Family, together with the Prince of Wales, could tackle some further duties on behalf of the King.
It is known the King will proceed to obtain pink packing containers and have weekly audiences with the prime minister whereas present process therapy.
It is anticipated that different preparations shall be put in place for the weekly audiences ought to the King be suggested by medical doctors to minimise in-person contact.