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King Charles III, who took major risk by attending Easter Sunday service while receiving cancer treatment

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King Charles III, who took major risk by attending Easter Sunday service while receiving cancer treatment

Author of several books Angela Levin has criticised royal aides and officials, working for the monarch, for allowing the King to greet well-wishers as he stepped out for public duties for the first time since his cancer diagnosis. The commentator branded the move as misguided.

 

 

King Charles greets well-wishers after attending Easter Sunday service in  Windsor

 

 

“What I felt was very strange was that he went afterwards to talk to a huge number of people who came to see him and to shake hands with them,” Levin told GB News.

“I think since all these pandemics, you don’t want to shake hands with anyone, be careful. How could they let him do that?”

Ellie Costello asked Levin and Eamonn Holmes whether the monarch’s show of warmth was a ‘good sign’.

Eamonn responded as saying: “That’s not wise for you, for me, for anybody.

“I mean, you’re spreading germs. When I brought out my autobiography 17 years ago, I went to all these shops all; around the country, and I don’t think I’ve ever been so ill. People shaking hands, it’s asking for trouble.”

Levin expressed her concern, saying: “I thought it was rather strange they allowed him to do that.”

She added: “He also couldn’t sit next to his family. I would have thought that he could have sat near his family, but not shook all those hands.”

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