Amidst King Charles' battle with cancer, one prediction from the famed 16th-century astrologer Nostradamus has resurfaced, sparking intrigue and speculation.
The 75-year-old ruler will delay his public responsibilities as he receives treatment but eagerly anticipates resuming his full duties in due course.
Concurrently, reports from the UK's Metro suggest that forecasts made by the 16th-century French astrologer Nostradamus regarding royal upheaval have regained attention.
Referring to his 1555 work "Les Propheties" ("The Prophecies"), the report indicated that Nostradamus foresaw the possibility of the King's abdication and Prince Harry assuming the throne.
He mentioned that the "King of the Isles" would be "driven out by force" and will be "replaced by one who will have no mark of a king."
Mario Reading, a British author who penned the book titled "Nostradamus: The Complete Prophesies for the Future," examined the subject and stated, "Because they disapproved of his divorce, a man who later they considered unworthy; The People will force out the King of the islands; A man will replace who never expected to be king."
The French astrologer has made several accurate predictions concerning the British Royals, one of which was the passing of Queen Elizabeth in 2022.
"Queen Elizabeth II will die, circa 22, at the age of around 96," Nostradamus had stated, according to Mr Reading.
Amid King Charles III's son Prince Harry's arrival in London on Tuesday following news of his father's cancer diagnosis, characterized by doctors as being caught in its early stages, observers note that Harry, now residing in California with his actress wife Meghan and their children, has been embroiled in conflict with his family.
This tension escalated after his departure from royal duties and the subsequent release of his bestselling memoir Spare, which included contentious critiques.
Royal observers speculate that while Charles's health condition may prompt reconciliation efforts between father and son, repairing the strained relationship with his brother Prince William, next in line for the throne, poses a more challenging task.