“She doesn't look anything like the Queen.”


King Charles' cancer diagnosis sets him apart from his mother, Queen Elizabeth

King Charles' cancer diagnosis has come as a shock to everyone, as the monarch's parents lived long and healthy lives.

King Charles' former butler Grant Harrold spoke out about his diagnosis and also shared his two cents on the king's decision to make his diagnosis public.

“I'm equally shocked because you just don't expect it,” Harrold said. GB News.

“And it hasn't been long since the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II,” he noted. “As I said, her parents had long, relatively healthy lives, so this has been a big shock to everyone, really.”

Queen Elizabeth, Britain's longest-reigning monarch, lived to be 96, while her husband Prince Philip was 99 when he died.

Harrold was then asked his opinion on the publication of the king's cancer diagnosis, and said: “I think it's a good thing.”

“I don't think he likes keeping things secret. I think he feels like people should be aware of this kind of stuff,” he shared. “I think it shows the kind of king he is. He's someone who wants to share his health concerns, what's going on, with these people, with the public.”

He further explained, “He has a lot of advisors who are obviously there to keep him up to date with matters of state and day-to-day activities, but this is something that will be his decision. I'm sure the advisors will do that.” “I totally agree that it is a success, but it will be his final decision, he would have decided that this announcement was made and that people were aware.”

Read more: Prince William looks “more and more” like Queen Elizabeth, who lost her father at the age of 20

On Monday, February 5, Buckingham Palace announced that King Charles had been diagnosed with cancer during his treatment for an enlarged prostate last month. “Her Majesty has today begun a regular treatment program, during which doctors have advised her to postpone her public duties,” the statement reads.

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