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The palace said Monday that the monarch had begun treatment for cancer, days after undergoing surgery.
Buckingham Palace announced Monday evening that the king has begun outpatient treatment for an undisclosed form of cancer.
The monarch received the diagnosis after his recent prostate surgery.
An attorney for the publisher of The Sun tabloid says emails from the Duke of Sussex indicated he could have brought a lawsuit in a timely manner.
"I’ve now temporarily stepped down as CEO of Sistah Space," Fulani said, adding that she doesn't regret going public with Lady Susan Hussey's remarks.
Anderson Cooper, Michael Strahan and Tom Bradby declined to let Buckingham Palace view their interviews with Harry before they aired.
The celebration will involve 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians, with the royal family traveling through the city in carriages or on horseback.
Lady Susan Hussey and the British charity boss have met after the late monarch's lady in waiting faced a backlash for asking where she “really came from."
The reverend spoke hours after a spokesperson for the Prince of Wales condemned "unacceptable" comments from a member of the royal household.