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King Charles’ Slimmed-Down Monarchy Looking a ‘Bit Threadbare’

King Charles is feeling the weight of royal responsibilities as key figures in the Royal Family pause their engagements due to health concerns and personal challenges. Both the Monarch and Kate Middleton have been receiving treatment following their cancer diagnoses. While King Charles has resumed his royal duties, Catherine has been advised by her medical team to refrain from official engagements, putting additional pressure on the King.

Princess Anne, often regarded as the “hardest-working royal,” has also paused her duties after an accident that resulted in minor injuries and a concussion. Known for her dedication, Anne’s absence adds to the mounting strain on the Royal Family.

Now, in conversation with Daily Express, royal editor Russell Myers said, “You’ve got the King pretty much just getting back to business as it stands at the moment” as the number of active working royals declined.
He claimed, “The Princess of Wales, no plans to return imminently whatsoever.”

Speaking of Princess Royal, the royal commentator said, “She missed a big event in Canada this week where she was going to be honoring and commemorating the war dead… that will really hurt her, I think because she doesn’t really go about her business without any fanfare. And for her to have to do that will cut deep, I imagine.” “And then you have Princess Anne. So, you know, the slimmed-down monarchy is looking a bit threadbare,” said Russell.

Furthermore, Prince William has faced difficulties attending royal events due to his responsibilities in caring for his wife and their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. His reduced presence at engagements underscores the challenges the family is currently facing.

As the Royal Family navigates these health issues and personal obligations, the burden of maintaining their public roles and fulfilling their duties falls heavily on King Charles. The ongoing situation highlights the resilience and adaptability required of the monarchy in times of adversity.

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