King Charles of Britain has been diagnosed with cancer and will be postponing public duties while he undergoes treatment, according to Buckingham Palace. The 75-year-old is said to be “wholly positive” about his treatment and looks forward to resuming his full public duties as soon as possible. The palace revealed that Charles had previously spent three nights in the hospital last month for a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate, where a separate issue of concern was also discovered. The palace did not specify the type of cancer the king has, but it is not prostate cancer. Despite his treatment, Charles will continue to undertake state business and official paperwork. Prince Harry, his son, has been in contact with his father about the diagnosis and plans to travel to the UK to see him. This news comes shortly after both Charles and his daughter-in-law, Kate, were discharged from the same hospital where they had undergone planned treatments. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has extended his best wishes to the King for a speedy recovery.