More well-wishes have been coming in for King Charles following his cancer diagnosis.

The Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, Marjorie Neasham Glasgow BEM, expressed her support saying: "The whole Lieutenancy wish His Majesty the King well.

"We will continue to support the important work of the Monarchy here in Oxfordshire by encouraging the communities and groups which make such an important difference for our common good.

"We look forward to welcoming His Majesty and other members of the Royal Family back to Oxfordshire soon."

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Meanwhile, Robert Courts, MP for Witney and West Oxfordshire said: "I am concerned to hear the news of His Majesty the King’s diagnosis.

"My thoughts are with His Majesty and the whole royal family at this difficult time.

"I know all of West Oxfordshire will join me in wishing His Majesty the King a full and speedy recovery."

The diagnosis comes after the 75-year-old monarch was recently admitted to hospital because of an enlarged prostate, although the palace says he does not have prostate cancer.

At that time, the Palace told the public: “In common with thousands of men each year, the King has sought treatment for an enlarged prostate.

“His Majesty’s condition is benign, and he will attend hospital next week for a corrective procedure. The King’s public engagements will be postponed for a short period of recuperation.”

The King's latest official visit to Oxfordshire came in November when he waved off van drivers with the Queen at a charity in Didcot.

He and Queen Camilla visited staff and volunteers at the South Oxfordshire Food and Education Alliance (SOFEA) surplus food distribution centre.

The King has already received a flood of support from people across Oxfordshire.

Mayor of Oxford, Lubna Arshad, wished “on behalf of the city” for the King’s return to good health.

She said: " I extend heartfelt best wishes to you for a speedy recovery.

"May the grace of God be upon you as you navigate through this challenging time.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with you, and we earnestly hope for your swift return to health and strength."

Layla Moran, MP for Oxford West and Abingdon, said: “I and the Liberal Democrats join the rest of the nation in wishing His Majesty a quick and full recovery.

"My thoughts are with the Royal Family.

“People across the country will be worried for his health, but it is good to hear that this has been diagnosed early. I am sure many will welcome his decision to be open about his diagnosis and assist public understanding.”