• Recent photos of King Charles III have raised concerns for his health following his cancer diagnosis in February 2024.
  • A series of images below show significant changes in the King’s appearance across his engagements following his diagnosis.
  • Public support has been strong, with many expressing concern and offering encouragement, to which the King has expressed his thanks.

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King Charles III, then Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, visiting Glasgow Central Station as part of Network Rail's "Green Trains @ COP26" event on November 5, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III, then Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, visiting Glasgow Central Station as part of Network Rail’s “Green Trains @ COP26” event on November 5, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland | Source: Getty Images

Photographs from King Charles III’s public appearances have notably sparked concern among royal followers about his health condition. Following the official announcement on February 5, 2024, of his cancer diagnosis, subsequent appearances have led the public to highlight visible changes in his physical demeanor.

King Charles III wearing the Imperial state Crown as he waves from the Buckingham Palace balcony after viewing the Royal Air Force fly-past in central London on May 6, 2023, after his coronation | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III wearing the Imperial state Crown as he waves from the Buckingham Palace balcony after viewing the Royal Air Force fly-past in central London on May 6, 2023, after his coronation | Source: Getty Images

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This change became significantly pronounced in a photo from an engagement on March 13, 2024, capturing King Charles’ meeting with Baroness Scotland of Asthal.

The image has led to a wave of comments, with many expressing worry and extending their support for the monarch during this challenging time.

King Charles III as he made a televised address to the Nation and the Commonwealth from the Blue Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace in London on September 9, 2022, a day after Queen Elizabeth II's death | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III as he made a televised address to the Nation and the Commonwealth from the Blue Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace in London on September 9, 2022, a day after Queen Elizabeth II’s death | Source: Getty Images

On February 5, 2024, Buckingham Palace released a statement that would significantly shift the narrative surrounding the British monarchy in recent times. King Charles had been diagnosed with cancer, a revelation that sent shockwaves across the nation and the world.

The detailed statement from Buckingham Palace read: “During The King’s recent hospital procedure for benign prostate enlargement, a separate issue of concern was noted. Subsequent diagnostic tests have identified a form of cancer.”

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The photo of King Charles III, which was released along with the statement of Buckingham Palace announcing his cancer diagnosis, published on February 5, 2024 | Source: instagram/theroyalfamily

The photo of King Charles III, which was released along with the statement of Buckingham Palace announcing his cancer diagnosis, published on February 5, 2024 | Source: instagram/theroyalfamily

Further, the announcement conveyed King Charles’ approach to his diagnosis and treatment, highlighting that he has begun a schedule of regular treatments.

During this time, he has been advised by doctors to postpone public-facing duties. Despite these challenges, the statement revealed that the King would continue to undertake State business and official paperwork as usual, reassuring the public of his unwavering commitment to his royal responsibilities.

A selection of newspapers headlining King Charles III's cancer announcement | Source: Getty Images

A selection of newspapers headlining King Charles III’s cancer announcement | Source: Getty Images

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The statement also included a personal note of gratitude from King Charles, especially to the medical team’s “swift intervention,” which was made possible thanks to his recent hospital procedure.

In a move reflecting his longstanding commitment to transparency and public service, King Charles chose to share his diagnosis with the world. The decision aimed to prevent speculative rumors and contribute to greater public understanding and awareness about cancer, a disease that affects millions globally.

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The announcement ended by noting the huge amount of support the public showed after hearing about the diagnosis. It mentioned how thankful the King is and how important it is for people to understand and be aware of the difficulties cancer brings.

On March 13, 2024, an Instagram post from The Royal Family’s account featured King Charles III meeting with Baroness Scotland of Asthal. It captured public attention for reasons beyond the diplomatic engagement.

King Charles III on a video call with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Buckingham Palace on March 6, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III on a video call with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Buckingham Palace on March 6, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

The photo, intended to document a routine royal duty, inadvertently highlighted King Charles’ visibly changed appearance since his cancer diagnosis announcement.

This particular image became a focal point for concern among royal fans and the wider public, sparking a wave of empathetic and worried comments across social media platforms.

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King Charles III and Queen Camilla attending the Sunday service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 11, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III and Queen Camilla attending the Sunday service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 11, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

Comments from the post reflected a growing unease about the King’s health, with observations like, “Oh Lord, He looks very tired. Prayers,” and “He looks like he lost weight.”

Another user remarked, “He loosed some weight due to chemo, obviously, but it’s awesome seeing his kinging again!

King Charles III at a Commonwealth and Nature reception during COP28 on November 30, 2023 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III at a Commonwealth and Nature reception during COP28 on November 30, 2023 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Source: Getty Images

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Further expressions of empathy included, “It’s normal to be frail during treatments…but he will be strong and healthy again,” and “I do hope he is recovering, but he looks so old and frail.

The conversation extended beyond Instagram, with Twitter users also voicing their observations and concerns. Tweets such as “The king does not look well,” and “Why does he keep meeting all these folks surely he needs to be extra careful with bugs,” highlighted worries about his frailty and the risks associated with public engagements amid ongoing treatments.

King Charles III during his visit to the Royal Courts of Justice as featured in The Royal Family's social media in December 2023 | Source: instagram/theroyalfamily

King Charles III during his visit to the Royal Courts of Justice as featured in The Royal Family’s social media in December 2023 | Source: instagram/theroyalfamily

Others sent direct messages of support and concern, wrtiing, “Sending prayers, he looks extremely tired,” and “Wow he has lost weight.

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The photo showing King Charles shaking hands with the Baroness turned into more than a simple picture of a royal event. It showed the real impact of his fight with cancer, not just on his body but to the public.

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The reaction across social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter showed how much people are concerned, supportive, and hopeful for his health and recovery.

In the weeks following King Charles’ cancer diagnosis announcement on February 5, 2024, his public appearances have been scrutinized for signs of his battle with the illness.

King Charles III with Commonwealth Secretary General, Baroness Scotland of Asthal, at Buckingham Palace on March 13, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III with Commonwealth Secretary General, Baroness Scotland of Asthal, at Buckingham Palace on March 13, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

Each engagement, captured in photographs and shared with the public, chronicles not only his commitment to his royal duties but also the physical changes he has undergone.

These images, presented in reverse chronological order from the latest to the earliest since the announcement, reveal a transformation that has become increasingly apparent to observers worldwide.

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King Charles III with the Commonwealth Secretary General, Baroness Scotland of Asthal at Buckingham Palace on March 13, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III with the Commonwealth Secretary General, Baroness Scotland of Asthal at Buckingham Palace on March 13, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

March 11, 2024: A Commonwealth Day message video excerpt features King Charles, where despite his positive message, signs of fatigue were evident to spectators. One wrote, “He looks so tired and his eyes are red!”

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March 8, 2024: An image from Buckingham Palace captures King Charles greeting Mr. Alexander Williams. “So good to see the King looking well,” a comment on the image read.

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March 6, 2024: Photos from his meetings with ambassadors from Algeria and Mauritania further underscore the King’s commitment. “HM King Charles’ sense of duty would make his mother proud,” praised a commenter.

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March 5, 2024: A meeting with Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt showcases King Charles’ resilience. Despite his health, his dedication to his duties remains unwavering.

King Charles III meets with Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt in the private audience room at Buckingham Palace on March 5, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III meets with Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt in the private audience room at Buckingham Palace on March 5, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

February 21, 2024: An audience with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak marks one of his first appearances post-diagnosis, where the initial signs of weight loss were evident to the public. “He looks thin,” commented a spectator.

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February 18, 2024: King Charles and Queen Camilla attend a Sunday service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla at the Sunday service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 18, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III and Queen Camilla at the Sunday service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 18, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

February 13, 2024: Returning to Clarence House after a week at Sandringham, both King Charles and Queen Camilla are photographed, providing a baseline for observing the King’s transformation.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla photographed on February 13, 2024 as they arrive back at Clarence House in London after spending a week at Sandringham in Norfolk | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III and Queen Camilla photographed on February 13, 2024 as they arrive back at Clarence House in London after spending a week at Sandringham in Norfolk | Source: Getty Images

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February 11, 2024: Attending another Sunday service at Sandringham, this engagement, close to the announcement of his diagnosis.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla, accompanied by The Reverend Canon Dr. Paul Williams, at the Sunday service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 11, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III and Queen Camilla, accompanied by The Reverend Canon Dr. Paul Williams, at the Sunday service at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 11, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

February 6, 2024: Photographs from this day capture a moment of unity as Prince Harry visits following the cancer announcement, offering a glimpse into the family’s private support for King Charles.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla as they leave Clarence House in London on February 6, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III and Queen Camilla as they leave Clarence House in London on February 6, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

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A car carrying Prince Harry en route to Clarence House in London on February 6, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

A car carrying Prince Harry en route to Clarence House in London on February 6, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

January 29, 2024: King Charles is photographed leaving The London Clinic after undergoing a procedure for an enlarged prostate, days before the world would learn of his cancer diagnosis. This image serves as a prelude to the public revelation of his health battle.

King Charles III leaving The London Clinic after undergoing a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate on January 29, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III leaving The London Clinic after undergoing a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate on January 29, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

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This series of photos over time shows how King Charles has changed since his cancer diagnosis. Each picture highlights his bravery and strength but also shows how the treatment and illness have affected his appearance.

These images, showing both his vulnerability and bravery, have captured the attention and hearts of people everywhere, leading to a lot of support and concern for him during this tough time.

King Charles III arriving to meet emergency service workers at Lambeth HQ on September 17, 2022 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III arriving to meet emergency service workers at Lambeth HQ on September 17, 2022 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

The public’s reaction to King Charles’ health has been one of concern and empathy, particularly noticeable in the comments and reactions that followed his appearances and the announcement of his cancer diagnosis.

Fans and observers have taken to various platforms to express their thoughts and well-wishes for the monarch, highlighting a collective sentiment that extends beyond mere curiosity to genuine care.

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King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, at the presentation of addresses by both Houses of Parliament in Westminster Hall, inside the Palace of Westminster, central London on September 12, 2022 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, at the presentation of addresses by both Houses of Parliament in Westminster Hall, inside the Palace of Westminster, central London on September 12, 2022 | Source: Getty Images

An article on January 29, 2024, featuring King Charles leaving the hospital prompted reactions from the public in the comments section.

I saw King Charles before Christmas and I did remark he doesn’t look well to fellow guests. I actually thought he looked quite sad,” one commenter wrote, while others expressed concern over his weight and his hands, noting, “He’s lost a lot of weight” and “The King’s hands look really sore?

King Charles III waving to well-wishers after attending the Royal Family's traditional Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham Estate in eastern England, on December 25, 2023 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III waving to well-wishers after attending the Royal Family’s traditional Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Sandringham Estate in eastern England, on December 25, 2023 | Source: Getty Images

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A YouTube feature published on February 6, 2024, discussing King Charles’ diagnosis, garnered similar sentiments from viewers who left comments expressing their concern and support:

I’ve never thought Charles had looked well throughout his accession and Coronation. I suspect he’s had cancer for a while but now it’s got to the point where Buckingham Palace has to reveal a lot more information. Wish him and all his subjects who are likewise being treated for cancer, a speedy recovery.

Prayers! He didn’t look well in these last months.

King Charles III King Charles III leaving The London Clinic after undergoing a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate on January 29, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III King Charles III leaving The London Clinic after undergoing a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate on January 29, 2024 in London, England | Source: Getty Images

On Twitter, the sentiment of concern continued, with users responding to photographs of King Charles post-diagnosis, and one writing, “King Charles looks very frail in this photo.

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In the aftermath of revealing his cancer diagnosis, King Charles III took a moment to express his profound gratitude for the overwhelming support he received.

This gratitude was conveyed through a heartfelt statement shared on The Royal Family’s official Instagram account on February 11, 2024.

King Charles III photographed reading cards and messages from supporters following his cancer diagnosis, on February 21, 2023 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III photographed reading cards and messages from supporters following his cancer diagnosis, on February 21, 2023 | Source: Getty Images

Accompanying the statement was a touching photo of King Charles shaking hands with a nurse, symbolizing not only his personal battle with cancer but also his appreciation for the healthcare professionals aiding his journey.

The King’s statement read, “I would like to express my most heartfelt thanks for the many messages of support and good wishes I have received in recent days. As all those who have been affected by cancer will know, such kind thoughts are the greatest comfort and encouragement.”

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King Charles III reading cards and messages sent by well-wishers following his cancer diagnosis in a photo released on February 23, 202 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III reading cards and messages sent by well-wishers following his cancer diagnosis in a photo released on February 23, 202 | Source: Getty Images

Moreover, he expressed how sharing his diagnosis has been encouraging, not only in fostering public understanding but also in highlighting the commendable efforts of organizations supporting cancer patients and their families globally.

“My lifelong admiration for their tireless care and dedication is all the greater as a result of my own personal experience,” he shares.

King Charles III shaking the hand of a nurse in a photo shared, along with a statement from Buckingham Palace containing the King's message of gratitude to his well-wishers | Source: instagram/theroyalfamily

King Charles III shaking the hand of a nurse in a photo shared, along with a statement from Buckingham Palace containing the King’s message of gratitude to his well-wishers | Source: instagram/theroyalfamily

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Following King Charles’ heartfelt expression of gratitude, he received communal support in the comments section of the Instagram post. Royal fans and followers mirrored the King’s sentiments, amplifying the message of hope and resilience.

One commenter praised the King’s transparency, saying, “Your courage and bravery to speak so openly and publicly about a matter that no doubt has brought upset and distress to yourself is admirable. You will have helped so many people during such a difficult time for both yourself and your family. Wishing you a speedy recovery King Charles x.

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This sentiment was echoed by others, with messages like “Wishing you a safe and speedy recovery — I hope you get well soon” and “Prayers for you, your family, and medical team! You are loved!

Amidst his health challenges, King Charles has continued to stay active, fulfilling his duties with a commendable sense of duty and resilience. This steadfast dedication has not gone unnoticed, with the public and royal watchers alike praising his courage.

King Charles III attending a Sunday service in Sandringham on January 7, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

King Charles III attending a Sunday service in Sandringham on January 7, 2024 | Source: Getty Images

In the face of adversity, King Charles’ journey through his cancer diagnosis and treatment is a testament to his strength and the universal support he has garnered. As he navigates this personal challenge, the collective hope for his speedy recovery and return to full health remains stronger than ever.

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Man Claiming to Be King Charles & Queen Camilla’s Son Speaks Out on DNA Test — Details & His Photos

An Australian’s quest for royal recognition takes a dramatic turn, with a plan to compare DNA with a royal family member at the center. Amidst a backdrop of controversy and compassion, the tale unfolds with global eyes watching.

King Charles III, Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on November 7, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

King Charles III, Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on November 7, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

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In a revelation that has captivated global attention, Simon Charles Dorante-Day, a Queensland, Australia resident, has come forward with a claim that could shake the foundations of the British Royal Family. Asserting his lineage as the son of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, Simon’s story takes an unprecedented turn with his intention to compare his DNA with that of Prince Harry.

This bold move aims to establish his purported royal patrilineage. His story and decision to take this route have sparked debates on his eligibility for the throne on social media.

King Charles III, Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on December 4, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

King Charles III, Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on December 4, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

Elvianna Dorante-Day, Simon’s wife, shared, “We got advice from a really good, really trusted source that we should approach Harry and make a connection there and ask for DNA.” The couple believes that Prince Harry may be sympathetic to their quest for truth.

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“It’s definitely something I’m going to do. I’ve long been a supporter of Harry and Meghan, I think it’s disgraceful the way they’ve been treated by the royal family,” Simon expressed, highlighting his stance and the anticipated approach toward seeking validation amidst familial complexities.

King Charles III and Simon Charles Dorante-Day posted on August 30, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

King Charles III and Simon Charles Dorante-Day posted on August 30, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

The timing of Simon’s claims is particularly poignant, coming to light just hours after the public learned of King Charles III‘s cancer diagnosis. Despite the controversy swirling around his claims, Simon has expressed a sentiment of goodwill towards the ailing monarch. “If he wants a helping hand, I’m more than happy to step in. But he’s got to tell the truth first,” Simon remarked.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on September 22, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on September 22, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

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The royal family has yet to respond, leaving the public and media to speculate on the implications of Simon’s assertions. Should DNA evidence support his claims, the narrative surrounding the royal succession could be fundamentally altered.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on June 7, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

Simon Charles Dorante-Day and Queen Camilla posted on June 7, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

Public reaction has been mixed, with some dismissing Simon’s aspirations of royalty as far-fetched, while others see a possibility for a historic revelation. Comments ranged from skepticism — “After seeing him saying he and his wife will be [the] next King and Queen, it’s now become ridiculous. He will never be King because he is the illegitimate child.” — to support — “Let’s get Justice, King Simon.”

Others expressed anticipation, “I can’t wait to see the day the truth is revealed and the whole world will know you are his son,” and encouragement, “Good luck, I wish you every success with the DNA. What wonderful news.” Someone even noted the contrast with other royal traditions, “In other European countries that would be acceptable to become the next King.”

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Simon Charles Dorante-Day and King Charles III posted on June 2, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

Simon Charles Dorante-Day and King Charles III posted on June 2, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

In a social media statement last December, Simon revealed attempts to illegitimately acquire his DNA, adding another layer of intrigue to his narrative.

“Both of these incidents have been reported to the appropriate authorities for further investigation […] So, for those who think that approaching me, or trying to obtain DNA in a deceptive manner would be a good idea, be aware that you are endangering your own well-being. 👮,” he cautioned.

Simon Charles Dorante-Day posted on March 20, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

Simon Charles Dorante-Day posted on March 20, 2021 | Source: Facebook/Simon Charles Dorante-Day

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As the public and media continue to scrutinize his every move, the question remains: Could Simon disrupt the royal lineage, or is his claim another footnote in the annals of speculative royal family history? Only time, and perhaps DNA, will tell.

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