The fingers of Charles III raise concerns among his subjects.
As the portal “Pomponik” reminds, after the departure of Elizabeth II, her eldest son took the British throne, who took the name of King Charles III. Unfortunately, the subjects of the new ruler are constantly worried about his health. One of the symptoms that disturb them are swollen fingers. The monarch's fingers resemble ringlets, and everyone wonders what disease this may mean.
King Charles III finally on the throne
It cannot be denied that Charles waited for the possibility of ruling the United Kingdom. The eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II enters the throne at the age of 73, making him the oldest monarch in British history to begin a reign. Many Britons hope that their new rulers will still have a long rule.
The subjects' fears are what happens to the fingers of the new king. This is evidently evidenced by the fact that the terms “sausage fingers” and “Prince Charles fingers” continue to climb in the rankings most searched for in the British Isles. Specialists spoke on the matter and explained what this symptom may indicate.
Are there any reasons for concern?
It turns out that “sausage fingers” can be the result of many different factors. For example, it may be the body's tendency to accumulate fluid. If this is the case, the symptom will go away on its own. There are many indications that this is the case with King Charles III. This means the British can sleep well, at least when it comes to the monarch's swollen fingers.
The proof of this are also the photos of Charles from his youth, which show that the present king has never had excessively slender fingers.
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