‘King Charles Is Not Dead’ -Burkingham Palace Forced To Deny British Monarch’s Death Rumour

Buckingham Palace today was forced to deny reports that King Charles III died after Russian media on Sunday ran wild with reports based on a dubious-looking “announcement.”

The statement, dated March 18 and featuring the seal of the British monarch’s official London residence, said: “The following announcement is made by royal communications.”

Mash media outlet on Sunday wrote: “Britain’s King Charles III has died, Buckingham Palace reports. The son of Elizabeth II ascended the throne less than a year ago – the coronation took place on May 6, 2023. He was 75 years old. It updated to say “the message turned out to be fake” while adding: “Let us remember that a few months ago he was diagnosed with cancer.”

The palace has however now issued a statement to the Russian state-run TASS news agency denying the report. “We are happy to confirm that The King is continuing with official and private business,” it read.

The 75-year-old British king has been undergoing treatment for cancer since late January. It comes as Charles’ daughter-in-law, Kate Middleton, continues to fuel speculations about her health following abdominal surgery on Jan. 17.

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