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Prince Harry breaks silence on King Charles’ cancer diagnosis during ‘GMA’ interview

Prince Harry broke his silence on Friday about his estranged father King Charles’ cancer diagnosis.

In an interview on Good Morning America, the Duke of Sussex said he “loves my family” and is “grateful” he was able to visit his sick father.

“Look, I love my family,” the 39-year-old father of two told host Will Reeve on Friday. “I’m grateful that I was able to get on a plane and go see him and spend every moment with him.”

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are currently in Canada for a winter training camp for the 2025 Invictus Games. shutter stock

Asked whether his father’s diagnosis could have a “unifying effect” on the family, Harry said: “Absolutely.” Yeah, sure. ”

“Through all this, [Invictus] Family I see the family bond growing stronger every day. “I think families come together no matter what the illness or illness,” he added.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are currently in Canada, where they spent Valentine’s Day together at the Invictus Games 2025 winter training camp earlier this week.

The pair were seen braving sub-zero temperatures in Whistler, where Prince Harry also tried his hand at a variety of winter sports, including skeleton sledding.

Their Canadian vacation was filmed by a GMA camera crew, and they are reportedly working on a segment related to the Invictus Games.

On Wednesday, Reeve joined the Sussexes on their snowy adventures and spoke to the duke about “life today with Meghan Markle, how his father is doing and his passion for supporting wounded warriors,” he said in a teaser for the show. .

Prince Harry’s interview took place just days after his ailing father returned to London for further cancer treatment.

The 75-year-old monarch revealed her cancer diagnosis on February 5 and has since started outpatient treatment.

The 75-year-old monarch revealed her cancer diagnosis on February 5 and has since started outpatient treatment. wire image,

Over the weekend, Charles broke his silence on his shocking diagnosis and thanked the public for the support he has received since the news came to light.

Charles said such thoughts were “the greatest comfort and encouragement.”

“I have also heard how sharing my own diagnosis has helped to promote public understanding and shine a light on the work of all the organizations supporting cancer patients and their families in the UK and around the world. Equally encouraging,” he said in a statement.

The Duke of Sussex visited his sick father in London last week. News License / MEGA

“My lifelong admiration for their tireless care and dedication has grown even more as a result of my own personal experience.”

The palace revealed Charles’ diagnosis after undergoing surgery for an enlarged prostate, with doctors discovering “other concerns” that required treatment.

Buckingham Palace later clarified that the cancer was not prostate cancer.

Prince Harry spoke to his father for just 45 minutes before boarding the plane home. Pool/AFP (via Getty Images)

Following the king’s diagnosis, Prince Harry arranged an emergency flight from Los Angeles International Airport to London last week and was back home for just 24 hours.

The duke reportedly stayed in a hotel during his trip to London, rather than staying with his family at royal residences across the country.

He reportedly spoke to his father for just 45 minutes before flying back to Montecito, California, where he was reunited with Markle and her two children.

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