May 1, 2024

REPORT: Funeral Plans Updated Regularly for King Charles

Recently, it was announced that King Charles was diagnosed with cancer.

This is on the heels of Kate Middleton also learning that she had cancer after having an abdominal procedure.

While Kate does appear to be recovering, reports are now blowing up that Charles’ diagnosis is not nearly as good, with funeral plans for the King being updated on a regular basis.

Not Good

Charles got a late start with the crown, with Queen Elizabeth living until she was 96 years old, and not giving up her power until she had passed.

Charles, now 75, already knows his time as the King will be limited, but it turns out it may be much shorter than anyone had ever anticipated.

If you have noticed, Charles has not been in the public eye very much since he was diagnosed with cancer.

According to multiple sources close to the King, the situation is not good, with one family source stating, “Of course he is determined to beat it and they are throwing everything at it. Everyone is staying optimistic, but he is really very unwell. More than they are letting on.”

Exactly what form of cancer Charles has remains unknown, with Charles only ruling out prostate cancer, which is very treatable if caught early enough.

Charles has been receiving treatment since February, to which he is reportedly responding well, but not so well that his funeral arrangements are being ignored (and we all saw the pomp and circumstance for the Queen after she passed).

To that point, Charles’ aides are reportedly constantly revising and reviewing updated funeral plans, which has been dubbed the “Operation Menai Bridge.”

One former staffer told the Daily Beast, “The plans have been dusted off and are actively being kept up to date. It’s no more than what you would expect given the king has been diagnosed with cancer. But the circulation of them has certainly focused minds.”

With the amount of planning that went into Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, this is actually not a surprise, as anyone who is anyone will be at the funeral to be seen.

Waiting patiently in the wings is Prince William, who appears will be king far sooner than his father.

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