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King Charles travels back to London by helicopter to resume cancer treatment following a devastating diagnosis

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In a heartfelt return to London, King Charles has resumed his stay at Buckingham Palace following a brief period of rest at Sandringham, the royal estate in the UK.

His arrival back in the city marks a continuation of the treatment he began last week for cancer.

King Charles travels back to London by helicopter to resume cancer treatment following a devastating diagnosis

Earlier today, the King, accompanied by Queen Camilla, was spotted arriving at the palace via helicopter. This return to the capital comes after a short stay at Sandringham, which the King chose for its privacy and tranquility. According to Hello! Magazine, Charles values Sandringham as a place of solace, often enjoying his morning and afternoon tea amidst the serene backdrop of its lush gardens.

Details about the King’s health have been scarce, with the royal family maintaining their usual discretion. However, it is known that Charles’ cancer diagnosis was revealed following a procedure for an enlarged prostate. The specifics of the cancer type or its stage remain undisclosed to the public.

Buckingham Palace released a statement regarding the King’s health, indicating that he began a schedule of regular treatments after doctors advised him to limit public-facing duties. Despite this, Charles continues to manage state business and official paperwork.

King Charles travels back to London by helicopter to resume cancer treatment following a devastating diagnosis
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Amidst these developments, Prince Harry made a notable return to the UK last Tuesday for a private meeting with his father. This was their first face-to-face interaction since the passing of Queen Elizabeth. It’s understood that the King has personally informed his closest family members about his diagnosis.

While King Charles has been reported to be in good spirits following the commencement of his treatment, there is speculation that he may reduce his royal appearances and official duties during this time.

Robert Hardman, a royal author, shared insights on BBC Radio 4, suggesting that the King’s presence at major events like those at Westminster Abbey might be limited during his treatment. However, Hardman noted that the day-to-day operations of the monarchy would likely remain unaffected.

As King Charles embarks on this challenging journey, messages of love and support are being sent his way from across the globe.