King Charles was bullied for his “sausage fingers” – medical reason behind revealed by expert

King Charles III’s reign, which began upon his mother Queen Elizabeth II’s passing last year, has been marked by scrutiny of his swollen fingers, humorously referred to as “sausage fingers.” Medical expert Dr. Gareth Nye has explored potential causes, such as oedema and arthritis, but reassured that they don’t indicate a serious health problem for the king, likely linked to his age.

King Charles has faced online bullying regarding his fingers, with speculation that he concealed them from public view due to the criticism. However, during a recent state visit to Paris, he openly displayed his fingers, suggesting a growing acceptance of their appearance.

Notably, this trait appears to run in the family, as Charles mentioned his own “sausage fingers” when Prince William was born. Dr. Nye also noted that King Charles has swollen toes, which could signify various health issues. Ultimately, while his fingers and toes have garnered attention, they likely result from age-related health factors rather than indicating any severe health risks.

A butcher has gone viral for selling sausages that share an uncanny resemblance to the new monarchs digits