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King Charles rocked by sad family news

As Charles, 75, departed Clarence House this morning for his outpatient cancer treatment in London, he waved to pedestrians crossing the street.

Lady Gabriella’s “much-loved” husband Thomas Kingston died last night, which was really sad news. Charles and Queen Camilla paid tribute to him.

“The King and The Queen have been told of Thomas’s death and join Prince and Princess Michael of Kent and everyone who knew him in their grief over the loss of a much-loved family member,” they stated.

“In particular, Their Majesties send their most heartfelt thoughts and prayers to Gabriella and to all the Kingston family.”

The royal, who was 45 years old, was discovered dead on Sunday night.

Because they are both great-grandchildren of King George V, Lady Gabriella is the King’s second cousin.

Someone “who lit up the lives of all who knew him” would be remembered as her “exceptional” husband, she said.

Yesterday, Charles didn’t make it to the service to honor the late King Constantine of Greece.

Before the ceremony started, he was at Windsor Castle, but he left before it started.

Camilla led the royal group to the Thanksgiving service at St. George’s Chapel.

William was meant to deliver the reading, but Prince Pavlos, King Constantine’s son, did it instead.

Kensington Palace declined to comment further, but did add Princess Kate is doing well following abdominal surgery.

The King arrived this morning after Prince Harry failed his latest bid for UK security, claiming he was being “singled out” and treated “less favorably” than other royals.

The 39-year-old Duke of Sussex sued the Home Office after it refused to pay for bodyguards for him when he left the Royal Family.

There was no “unlawfulness” in the call to pull Harry’s security after Megxit, a judge said this morning.

He also said that the decision was “justified” and not “irrational,” as some people had called it.

When the Sussexes stopped being royal in 2020, they lost their round-the-clock protection guards.