King Charles Funeral Plans Set Amid Battle with Pancreatic Cancer

As King Charles III continues his battle with pancreatic cancer, plans for his eventual funeral have been set in motion under the codename “Operation Menai Bridge”.

The urgency of these plans reflects the severity of the monarch’s condition, with insiders suggesting that his cancer may be more advanced than officially acknowledged.

The protocols for King Charles’ funeral are expected to follow traditional royal procedures, including lying in state at Westminster Hall and a burial in the royal vault at Windsor Castle.

However, the sombre preparations are overshadowed by reports from a high-ranking royal insider, who claims that the king has been given a mere two years to live and is facing a desperate situation due to the aggressive nature of his illness.

The news of King Charles’ battle with pancreatic cancer comes after initial speculation about prostate cancer, which was later refuted by a palace spokesperson.

The revelation has sparked concern not only about the king’s health but also about his ability to fulfil his royal duties and manage the affairs of the monarchy.

Amidst these challenges, Queen Camilla is reportedly frustrated by the king’s declining health and is providing little comfort as he confronts his fatal diagnosis. The situation has raised questions about the future of the monarchy and the ability of the royal family to navigate this difficult period.

Buckingham Palace announced in February that King Charles III had been diagnosed with cancer.

The form of cancer was not disclosed and there were speculations it was prostate cancer because the condition was identified during an operation that treated the British monarch’s benign prostate enlargement.

However, a palace spokesperson clarified that Charles does not have prostate cancer.

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