Royal Family has teamed up with leading cancer charities, Macmillan Cancer Support and Maggie's Centres, to raise awareness about cancer.
This collaboration comes shortly after the announcement of King Charles's cancer diagnosis.
The Royal Family shared messages of solidarity and encouragement through posts on Instagram.
Macmillan Cancer Support emphasized the importance of seeking help and support, hoping that the King's openness about his diagnosis would inspire others to do the same.
The caption read, “we hope that by sharing his diagnosis so publicly, His Majesty The King will encourage others to reach out for support if they are concerned about cancer.”
Meanwhile, Maggie's Centres provided valuable insights on how to support loved ones facing cancer and promoted their free expert cancer support services.
“If someone you care about has received a cancer diagnosis, you may wonder how best to support them. We asked people living with cancer to share some examples of what’s worked well for them during their treatment. Swipe to read what they suggested,” the caption read.
King Charles' cancer diagnosis:
The King's diagnosis was revealed on Monday night, with reports indicating that he has already commenced outpatient treatment.
Despite his health challenges, the King and Queen Camilla were seen departing for Sandringham, showing resilience in the face of adversity.
Prince Harry, upon hearing the news, briefly traveled to the UK to offer his support to his father.
On the other hand, Prince William resumed his royal duties as he hosted a special ceremony on behalf of King Charles, where he gave out awards.
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