King Charles Back in Buckingham Palace, Continues Cancer Treatment

King Charles returns to London by helicopter to continue cancer treatment after heartbreaking diagnosis

King Charles has returned to Buckingham Palace after a short stay at the royal estate in Sandringham, UK. The King and Queen Camilla were seen landing in the palace grounds via helicopter earlier today. Charles had begun treatment for cancer last week, and took a few days at Sandringham for rest and recuperation.

According to Hello! Magazine, the monarch chose to visit Sandringham because it provides him with more privacy than he usually gets. A source mentioned that the King finds solace in the estate and enjoys having his breakfast tea and afternoon tea in front of the beautiful garden backdrop.

The royals have kept Charles’ health details private, although his cancer diagnosis was revealed after a procedure to treat an enlarged prostate. The public has not been informed about the type or stage of his cancer.

Buckingham Palace’s initial statement stated that the King had started a schedule of regular treatments and was advised by doctors to postpone public-facing duties. However, he will continue with State business and official paperwork as usual.

Prince Harry returned to the UK last week for a private meeting with his father, the King, marking the first face-to-face interaction since Queen Elizabeth’s passing. Charles personally informed his closest loved ones about his diagnosis.

Recent reports from the Daily Mail described the King as being “on good form” after starting his treatment. However, it is speculated that Charles may take a step back from his official duties and royal appearances as his treatment progresses.

Robert Hardman, author of “Charles III: New King. New Court. The Inside Story,” mentioned that the King may not be seen at Westminster Abbey anymore. Nonetheless, he will likely issue statements and engage with important matters, while the day-to-day running of the monarchy remains intact.

We send our love and support to King Charles during this difficult.