King Charles III funeral plans revealed as cancer worsens, given 2 years to live

King Charles III during his speech

The funeral plans of King Charles III, are set in motion amid his battle with pancreatic cancer.

Despite reigning as the British monarch for just 18 months since his ascension to the throne on May 6, 2023, preparations have been made for the eventual passing of King Charles III.

Upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Operation London Bridge was initiated to ensure a seamless transition of power to her son, then-Prince Charles. With Prince Charles’ cancer worsening, royal insiders inform In Touch that prioritizing Charles’ final resting plans has become a timely concern.

The plans have been dubbed “Operation Menai Bridge,” named after the world’s first iron suspension bridge located in Anglesey, Wales.

“It’s a fairly common thing to do among the British royalty, but in Charles’ case expediency is necessary,” says the source, who notes that “some courtiers believe Charles’ cancer is worse than they’re making it out to be.” 

“Operation Menai Bridge” is set to include familiar protocols. When the monarch dies, Charles’ body will be moved from the throne room at Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. He will lie in state, and his official funeral will take place nine days later. He will likely be buried in the royal vault at Windsor Castle.

King Charles is much sicker than the palace lets on and simply isn’t up to the job of running his fractious family, the crown’s business interests and fulfilling the daily duties of the monarchy,” the member of the royal inner circle revealed in early March.

“His cancer is eating him alive. He’s very frail. The situation is desperate.”

Even Queen Camilla is said to be frustrated by Charles’ declining health and weakened status. “Behind the scenes, Camilla is disgusted by the king’s apparent weakness and is providing him little comfort as he battles his fatal cancer,” a palace courtier told In Touch in early March.”

Recall that in February, Buckingham Palace announced that King Charles III had been diagnosed with cancer. The form of cancer was not disclosed and there were speculations it was prostate cancer because the condition was identified during an operation that treated the British monarch’s benign prostate enlargement. However, a palace spokesperson clarified that Charles does not have prostate cancer.

The high-ranking royal insider who spoke to In Touch has now claimed that Charles is battling pancreatic cancer and has been given a short time to live.

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