King Charles Funeral Plans: REVEALED! Yes, Already!

As you may have previously read, King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer.

That isn’t allegedly all, however.

At least one outlet has claimed that King Charles has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and, as a result, only has two years to live.

To be clear, we cannot verify this follow-up report.

Queen Camilla and King Charles III
Queen Camilla and King Charles III depart from the Easter Mattins Service at Windsor Castle on March 31, 2024 in Windsor, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

However, In Touch Weekly now writes that funeral plans are already set for the monarch amid his battle with cancer.

Titled “Operation Menai Bridge,” the king’s funeral processions will look similar to Queen Elizabeth II’s ceremonies, which were dubbed “Operation London Bridge.”

As his cancer progresses, insiders have explained to this tabloid that final resting plans are of timely importance.

They must all be approved before the unfortunate occasion of King Charles’ death.

King Charles and royal family at Easter
King Charles III waves to well wishers after attending the Easter Mattins Service at Windsor Castle on April 9, 2023 in Windsor, England. (Photo by Yui Mok – WPA Pool/Getty Images) (Yui Mok – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

“It’s a fairly common thing to do among the British royalty, but in Charles’ case expediency is necessary,” says an In Touch source, noting that “some courtiers believe Charles’ cancer is worse than they’re making it out to be.”

It’s worth stating that this is the same magazine who provided us last month with the aforementioned two-year timeline.

Operation Menai Bridge is set to include familiar protocols to those who have been following The Royal Family.

When the monarch dies, Charles’ body will be moved from the throne room at Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.

He will lie in state…. and his official funeral will take place nine days later. He will most likely be buried in the royal vault at Windsor Castle.

King Charles back in July of 2021.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales attends the “A Starry Night In The Nilgiri Hills” event hosted by the Elephant Family in partnership with the British Asian Trust at Lancaster House on July 14, 2021. (Photo Credit: Jonathan Brady – WPA Pool/Getty Images)

“It will have all the pomp and circumstance befitting a British monarch,” In Touch also now writes, having reported a couple weeks ago:

“King Charles is much sicker than the palace lets on and simply isn’t up to the job of running his fractious family, the crown’s business interests and fulfilling the daily duties of the monarchy.

“His cancer is eating him alive. He’s very frail. The situation is desperate.”

How very, very sad.

King Charles in February of 2018.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales visits the new Emergency Service Station at Barnard Castle on February 15, 2018. (Photo Credit: Chris Jackson – WPA Pool /Getty Images)

King Charles, of course, isn’t the only member of this world famous family to have cancer.

A short time ago, Kate Middleton announced to the world that she also has a form of this illness.

“[I am] so proud of Catherine for her courage in speaking as she did,” a statement issued on the king’s behalf read in late March.

The message also said the king, who received treatment in the same hospital as Princess Kate, has “remained in the closest contact with his beloved daughter-in-law throughout the past weeks,” adding that he and his wife “will continue to offer their love and support to the whole family through this difficult time.”

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