MBN

NEWS

Queen Camilla may 'put her foot down' as King Charles ramps up plans for royal tour

The man who got The Godfather made – by making friends with the Mob
Published Time: 16.05.2024 - 18:41:15 Modified Time: 16.05.2024 - 18:41:15

WATCH NOW Maya Jama asks baffled King during garden party if he watches Love Island By Dorothy Reddin Published 16/05/2024The King was diagnosed with a form of cancer in February Just Stop Oil activist slapped down as protester cleared of criminal damage 'It's LUDICROUS!' Harry could have received 'rare visa' that triggered 'lower security check' Banks ‘bracing for Post Office face-off’ over cash access deal 'The Sussexes trip to Nigeria looks like a glossy masterstroke but there is an elephant in the room' Andrew loses cherished role to Camilla in ruthless move from King 'I'm a longevity researcher and I swear by this diet to live longer' Sir Rod Stewart fumes 'shut the f*** up' in blistering rant to radio star 'I'm a doctor and eating more of number one fruit will help you torch belly fat' Meghan scolded over ‘laughable’ Lilibet claim ‘Said it with a straight face!’ Trending on GB News Britain's weight loss success stories 'I dropped from a size L to S at 57 with the help of three carbohydrates' Queen Camilla may “put her foot down” as King Charles ramps up plans for a royal tour, sources have claimed


WATCH NOW: Maya Jama asks baffled King during garden party if he watches Love Island

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 16/05/2024

The King was diagnosed with a form of cancer in February

Just Stop Oil activist slapped down as protester cleared of criminal damage: 'It's LUDICROUS!'

Harry could have received 'rare visa' that triggered 'lower security check'

Banks ‘bracing for Post Office face-off’ over cash access deal

'The Sussexes trip to Nigeria looks like a glossy masterstroke but there is an elephant in the room'

Andrew loses cherished role to Camilla in ruthless move from King

'I'm a longevity researcher and I swear by this diet to live longer'

Sir Rod Stewart fumes 'shut the f*** up' in blistering rant to radio star

'I'm a doctor and eating more of number one fruit will help you torch belly fat'

Meghan scolded over ‘laughable’ Lilibet claim: ‘Said it with a straight face!’

Trending on GB News

Britain's weight loss success stories: 'I dropped from a size L to S at 57 with the help of three carbohydrates'

Queen Camilla may “put her foot down” as King Charles ramps up plans for a royal tour, sources have claimed.

The Queen is among those urging King Charles III to “slow down,” amid ongoing fears about his health.


According to a source, Camilla, 76, is concerned the King might exhaust himself by taking on too many public engagements.

A friend of the Queen said: “She has been trying to encourage him to slow down.



“Of course, he wants to keep cracking on, but she is afraid that doing too much could set him back.”

The King is thought to be determined to push ahead with a tour to Australia, followed by a trip to Samoa for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, due to take place in mid-October.

Buckingham Palace has said planning for this trip continues.

The friend of Camilla’s continued to tell The Daily Beast: “I do wonder if Camilla will support him going to Australia. She is not the type to put her foot down, but she might say, ‘Come on now darling, is this really sensible?’”



The King has returned to his usual work since his office announced he would return to public-facing duties on April 30.

Last week he hosted a garden party for 7,000 people at Buckingham Palace, and on Monday he visited an army base for an emotional joint engagement with his son, Prince William, and handed over a key military role to him.

The move came a few days after Charles was reportedly too busy to see Prince Harry when the latter was in London.

On Tuesday, Charles attended an unveiling of his new portrait by artist Jonathan Yeo.



LATEST ROYAL NEWS:



It took place at Buckingham Palace as opposed to the National Portrait Gallery.

The monarch’s official birthday celebrations will take place next month, known as Trooping the Colour.

It is thought that King Charles hopes to attend on horseback, although he may be persuaded to use a state carriage for the occasion.

GB News has contacted Buckingham Palace for comment.

NEWS