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Queen Camilla Shares Emotional Update on King Charles' Health

Queen Camilla Shares Emotional Update on King Charles' Health

Despite undergoing treatment, the monarch traveled to Portsmouth on Wednesday

Queen Camilla has revealed that while King Charles is "doing fine," he "won't do as he's told."

Attending the second annual Queen's Reading Room Literary Festival at Hampton Court Palace on Saturday, the Queen spoke with author Lee Child. During their conversation, she mentioned that the King is "doing fine except he won't slow down and won't do what he's told," Child reported to the press. He added, "It sounds to me like a typical husband."

At the event, Camilla also met with Sir Nicholas Coleridge, chairman of Historic Royal Palaces, Vicky Perrin, chief executive of the Queen's Reading Room, and authors including Harlan Coben.

King Charles, 75, received treatment at a London hospital on Tuesday, just hours before delivering a speech at the D-Day commemorations. Queen Camilla was moved to tears by her husband's address, and the couple later mingled with some of the 21 D-Day heroes who attended the event.

Despite his treatment, the monarch traveled to Portsmouth on Wednesday, where he delivered an eight-minute speech and met with veterans before traveling to Normandy.

This isn't the first time Camilla has provided insight into the King's health. Last month, she told guests at a garden party that he would be "getting better" if he "behaved himself." The 76-year-old Queen expressed frustration over her husband's busy schedule, noting that he had packed five engagements into one week.

These events come ahead of next weekend's Trooping the Colour, during which the King is expected to watch from a carriage following his recent return to public duties. However, the event, which was highly anticipated partly due to whether Princess Kate would attend, is now set to proceed without her.

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