Charles III’s hands looked so red during Wales greetings, people felt it looked beaten

It appears that Charles III’s hand was beaten as he greeted hundreds of people last week.

The King shook hands with citizens on his first visit to Wales since Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8 at the age of 96.

Hundreds of people lined the streets outside Landaff Cathedral to see King Charles, who served as Prince of Wales for 53 years before Prince William.

The inside of the 73-year-old King’s hand turned redder while he said hello, and his knuckles and joints seemed more sensitive. He has yet to comment on the reasons for his appearance, but social media users have still expressed concerns.

“Now Prince Charles’ very… very… swollen, red hands… A few pictures came to mind if this guy is okay. William may have to start preparing himself,” one user tweeted.

Charles III’s hands were more red and swollen than usual when he greeted the public on Friday.

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Charles III’s hands were more red and swollen than usual when he greeted the public on Friday.

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“King Charles has red hands!! Any ideas?” someone else asked

“I’ve been wondering for a while now… What’s going on with Charles’ big red hands?” Someone else tweeted.

Some royal followers also wondered if his hand coloring was indicative of his health. Fans pointed to Queen Elizabeth II. Pictured with dark blue bruised hands. Just two days before she died.

The monarch has previously been subject to public scrutiny of his hands, especially his fingers. Similar to “sausage link”.

Dr. Gareth Nye said, “There are no immediate health problems that can be concluded with a swollen finger, and it is probably a sign of his age.” told the Daily Star last week.

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The Queen and her husband shook hands with citizens after attending a service in Cardiff’s Landau Cathedral.
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The Queen and his wife, Queen Camilla, greeted the public as they left Landaf Cathedral for the ceremony of the Rev. Andrew John, Archbishop of Wales in Cardiff.

After the service, the king arrived in Sened and addressed the members of the Welsh Parliament in a bilingual speech.

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Charles III gave a bilingual speech to members of the Welsh Parliament on Friday.

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Charles III gave a bilingual speech to members of the Welsh Parliament on Friday.

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“During her reign, the land of Wales could not have been closer to her mother’s heart,” he said in part.

The 75-year-old queen and her husband are currently traveling to England to mourn the king’s death and to publicize their new role.

Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral will be held at Westminster Hall on Monday, September 19th. The public is now paying tribute to Her Majesty after her coffin arrived in a grand procession on Wednesday.

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