• King Charles is determined to fight his cancer
  • He has been in recovery and therapy
  • His nephew has shared some news about the monarch

The Royal Family showcases unwavering work ethic and a deep connection with Australia, as the King pushes for a return to normalcy.

Never giving in...

In an exclusive and rare televised interview from Down Under, Peter Phillips spilled the royal beans on his uncle's health saga! King Charles III is not letting cancer slow him down – he's chomping at the bit to get back to his kingly duties, and he's pushing everyone around him to make it happen, pronto!

"He's frustrated that he can't get on and do everything that he wants to be able to do," Peter confided to Sky News Australia. Despite the setback, the King is in "good spirits" and remains "pragmatic" about his situation. But make no mistake, folks, he's itching to swap hospital gowns for his royal regalia!

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, and in the Royal Family, it's all about keeping calm and carrying on – with a dash of royal flair, of course! Peter praised his mother, Princess Anne, and her "work ethic" that's got her globe-trotting in her 70s. "Both of them are incredibly hard-working," he said, setting the bar sky-high for the rest of us mere mortals.

It's not all about the stiff upper lip and royal engagements; the Royals have a soft spot for the land of Oz! "All of us have friends over here," Peter shared, highlighting the "huge affinity" the Royal Family has with Australia. No wonder they're adored by Aussies far and wide!

King Charles has been tackling an undisclosed form of cancer since early February, discovered after a prostate scare. But he's not taking this lying down – he's been working through his red boxes of state papers like a champ!

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The outpouring of love for the King has been nothing short of spectacular. Moved to tears by the "many wonderful messages and cards," King Charles's spirits have been buoyed by the public's warmth. And the Queen herself assured us during a visit to Belfast that the monarch is "doing very well" during his treatment.