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Prince Harry comments on King Charles' cancer

Prince Harry comments on King Charles' cancer

sReigns Harry spoke for the first time about his illness in a television interview after his visit to London to see his father, King Charles III. On ABC's “Good Morning America” ​​on Saturday, he also spoke to host Will Reeve about his family in California. The occasion was a visit by Harry and his wife, Meghan, to the city of Whistler, Canada, where the Invictus Games are scheduled to be held for the first time next year.

The thirty-nine-year-old said he was grateful to be able to see his father after his cancer diagnosis. But how things go with him remains “between him and me.” When asked whether the disease could bring together the family that Meghan and Harry left for America four years ago, the second born answered in the affirmative. This could certainly have a unifying effect. “I love my family,” Harry said. He will certainly travel to the Kingdom often in the future.

But his real family lives in California. When asked about his condition as a father, the prince replied that the matter was “top secret.” He and Meghan laughed a lot together, and their children, four-year-old Archie and two-year-old Lilibet, also had plenty of humor.

Will Harry become an American soon?

Reeve then asked the prince if he could imagine becoming an American. This was already on his mind, but American citizenship currently interests him less than other projects, Harry says.

He and his wife, Meghan, who is three years older than him, resigned from the first line of the royal family in 2020 as they also sought financial independence. Shortly after that, they left the kingdom in conflict. However, about two weeks ago, Harry traveled to London to visit his father after learning of his illness.

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Just as happened last Sunday, Charles, who is suffering from cancer, appeared in public again on his way to church mass in Sandringham, eastern England, alongside his wife, Camilla. Charles currently attends no public engagements, although he alternates his time at his country home in Sandrigham and in London. The British newspaper “The Times” wrote at the weekend that Harry would be willing to take over the duties of the royal family for a short period again. But no sources were mentioned for this.