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King Charles and Sarah Ferguson have ‘bonded’ over cancer battles ‘with exchange of letters’, source claims

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King Charles and the Duchess of York have “bonded” through their battles with cancer through “an exchange of letters”, a royal source has claimed.

Both Charles and Sarah Ferguson were diagnosed with the disease this year and have reportedly supported each other with heartfelt letters.

Sarah, 64, who had previously battled breast cancer, was diagnosed with skin cancer, while the King was discovered to have an unspecified form of the disease.

The monarch, 75, began treatment in a London hospital this week and his prognosis is reportedly “completely positive” and he “hopes to return to full public duties as soon as possible.”

After the news of his skin cancer diagnosis, mirror reports that Charles wrote to the Duchess of York to offer his support and good wishes.

King Charles and the Duchess of York have “bonded” through their battles with cancer with “an exchange of letters”, a royal source has claimed.

Fergie has since returned this gesture after news of the King’s battle became public.

A source said: “The King and Sarah love each other very much and have now bonded over their respective cancer diagnoses through an exchange of letters.”

“Cancer is a malignant disease that affects many people and their families and it is clear that additional support from loved ones and the broader cancer community can be of great help.”

This week, Sarah attended a cancer charity fundraiser and gave a speech in which she shared a moving tribute to King Charles, urging him to “keep fighting.”

At the Cancer Alliance of Help and Hope event in Florida, she said: ‘I want to thank you all for your kindness in supporting my family members who are going through a difficult time, and we wish you all the best, all the families. of the world. who has been diagnosed or who is going through a difficult time, we wish you the best.

“And of course, brother-in-law, we wish you the best, keep fighting.”

He added: ‘The alliance against cancer is about hope, and there is not enough hope in the world.

“For anyone who has little hope, for anyone who thinks they can’t do this, they can do it, it’s absolute nonsense.”

Both Charles and Sarah Ferguson were diagnosed with the disease this year and have reportedly supported each other with heartfelt letters.

Both Charles and Sarah Ferguson were diagnosed with the disease this year and have reportedly supported each other with heartfelt letters.

Sarah, 64, who had previously battled breast cancer, was diagnosed with skin cancer, while the King was discovered to have an unspecified form of the disease.

Sarah, 64, who had previously battled breast cancer, was diagnosed with skin cancer, while the King was discovered to have an unspecified form of the disease.

Sarah attended a Cancer Alliance event with Erbil Gunasti (left). The Duchess was the event's keynote speaker.

Sarah attended a Cancer Alliance event with Erbil Gunasti (left). The Duchess was the event’s keynote speaker.

The first sign that something was wrong with King Charles’s health came on January 17, when Buckingham Palace made a surprise announcement that the king had “seeked treatment” for an enlarged prostate.

He chose to make his prostate treatment public, with the aim of encouraging more men to have prostate checks, the palace said at the time.

Shortly after, palace officials also revealed that she had decided to share her cancer diagnosis in the hope that it would “help public understanding of all those around the world affected by cancer.”

No further details have been shared about Charles’ condition, other than that he remains “totally positive” and looks forward to returning to full public duties.

The first sign that something was wrong with King Charles's health came on January 17, when Buckingham Palace made a surprise announcement that the king had

The first sign that something was wrong with King Charles’s health came on January 17, when Buckingham Palace made a surprise announcement that the king had “seeked treatment” for an enlarged prostate.

He is at his Sandringham estate in Norfolk and is expected to return to London for weekly treatments.

He is at his Sandringham estate in Norfolk and is expected to return to London for weekly treatments.

Family and friends were said to be amazed by the King’s determination to continue with “business as usual”.

He is at his Sandringham estate in Norfolk and is expected to return to London for weekly treatments.

Last month, England’s National Health Service saw a massive increase in people seeking information about melanoma, the fifth most common type of cancer, after Sarah, Duchess of York, was diagnosed with the disease.

The Duchess of York, 64, is said to be in “good spirits” despite the “distressing” news, which marked her second cancer diagnosis in six months after being treated for breast cancer last year.

There was one visit every 13 seconds to the NHS website for information about melanoma in the two days after the announcement.

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