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Prince Harry Suggests King’s Cancer Could Unite Family

Prince Harry recently disclosed in an interview with ABC News that upon learning of his father’s cancer diagnosis, he promptly flew to London to be by King Charles’s side. Expressing gratitude for the time spent with his father during their brief encounter, Prince Harry acknowledged the potential for such health crises to bring families closer together. He indicated a willingness to make more frequent visits to the UK, emphasizing his intention to see his family as often as possible.

However, Prince Harry declined to comment on the King’s prognosis, stating that the matter remains private between them. Reflecting on the impact of such news, the prince, who was in Canada to support the Invictus Games, emphasized the strength of family bonds, stating, “I love my family.” Despite his visit to London lasting only one night, Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, did not accompany him.

Notably, there was no reported meeting between Prince Harry and his brother, the Prince of Wales, during his brief visit. In 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan relocated to the US after stepping back from their roles as working royals. Speaking fondly of their life in California, Prince Harry remarked on the grounding influence of their children’s humor.

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Addressing the topic of potentially obtaining US citizenship, Prince Harry admitted to considering it but clarified that it was not currently a top priority. The interview marked Prince Harry’s first public appearance since King Charles announced his withdrawal from public duties due to his cancer diagnosis. In the King’s absence, senior royals, including Queen Camilla and the Prince of Wales, have assumed some of his responsibilities.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, visited the training camp for the 2025 Invictus Games in Whistler, British Columbia. Founded by Prince Harry, these international games are dedicated to wounded and injured servicemen and women. During the visit, Prince Harry participated in sit-skiing, an event that will debut at the Invictus Games next year.

In other news, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Prince of Wales would attend the Bafta film awards in London, signaling a return to royal engagements following the King’s diagnosis and the Princess of Wales’s recent surgery. The princess underwent abdominal surgery on January 16 and has since returned home to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, where she resides with the couple’s three children.

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