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PHOTOS: King Charles spotted at work for the first time since cancer diagnosis



   King Charles III meets with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Buckingham Palace in London on February 21 for their first in-person audience since the King’s cancer diagnosis.

King Charles III has been seen back at work for the first time since revealing his cancer diagnosis.

The monarch was filmed shaking hands with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak as he arrived at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday afternoon.

Their meeting marked the resumption of their weekly encounters to discuss government matters.

Though the King has stopped carrying out public engagements while he undergoes his cancer treatment, he is continuing with his duties as head of state.

Images from the British news agency PA Media show Charles, dressed in a suit and tie, greeting Sunak with a broad smile and the pair exchanging pleasantries.

“We’re all behind you. The country is all behind you,” Sunak said, according to PA Media.

Charles replied: “I’ve had so many wonderful messages and cards. It’s reduced me to tears most of the time.”

They went on to discuss how the King’s illness had shone a spotlight on cancer charities, with the King describing such organizations as “wonderful.”

Prior to his meeting with the prime minister, Charles held an in-person Privy Council at the royal residence, which was attended by ministers including Lord President of the Council Penny Mordaunt.

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