King Charles is 'frustrated' and eager to get back to work

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It's been nearly two months since King Charles stepped back from official royal duties to receive cancer treatment, and he appears keen to get back to work. Talk to Sky News Australia The king's nephew, Peter Phillips, said on Sunday that Charles was “in good spirits” but was “disappointed that his recovery is taking a little longer than he probably would have liked.”

Perhaps Charles also feels that the Royal Family has been lacking in leadership in recent weeks? According to Phillips, the king “is always pushing his staff and everyone and his doctors and his nurses to be able to say: 'Actually, can I do this?'” “Can I do that?” While Queen Camilla and Prince William have been taking on their duties during Charles' absence, it's hard to deny that it's already been a tough year for the royal family. In February, the palace announced that the king had been diagnosed with cancer (they did not specify the type). Then, on Friday, after weeks of rumors about her whereabouts and well-being, Kate Middleton revealed in a video that she had also been diagnosed with cancer and had begun chemotherapy.

the people Reports Despite previous claims that Kate will go all out at Easter, it is understood that she and William will celebrate privately with their children this year. However, Charles appears to be “progressing well” and hopes to attend Easter Mass at St George's Church on Sunday. One source added: “The only thing that hasn’t completely diminished is his appetite for work.” Looks like someone is itching to get back into the office with their new communications assistant.

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