After receiving cancer treatment, King Charles returns to Sandringham; a picture reveals the tragic reality

The monarch reportedly wasn’t with her devoted wife Queen Camilla because she had official business to attend to today.

In the face of his diagnosis, which by all accounts came as a shock after the 75-year-old had undergone treatment for an enlarged prostate, Charles has tried his hardest to maintain his bravery and stoicism.

SANDRINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM – FEBRUARY 04: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 24 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) King Charles III attends the Sunday service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 4, 2024 in Sandringham, England. The King was discharged from hospital last Monday after spending three nights in The London Clinic following a corrective procedure for an enlarged prostate. (Photo by Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)

Charles started his journey back to Sandringham today wearing a fine suit and tie, waving to well-wishers who had fathered outside Buckingham Palace and down the Mall.

As we previously reported, the King and Queen Camilla arrived back to Buckingham Palace by helicopter to resume the King’s treatment. However, rumours have it that Charles preferred Sandringham since it gives him more privacy.

“The King can find some solace at Sandringham when he visits,” a source told Hello Magazine!. One of the tour guides talked about how much he likes to have afternoon and breakfast teas while taking in his stunning grounds. The King usually lives upstairs, even on occasions when the house is open and he is staying there.

The Daily Express reports that King Charles completed his second round of therapy yesterday; the specifics of his treatment plan are undisclosed due to the type of cancer he has, but additional treatment is anticipated later this month.

SANDRINGHAM, NORFOLK – DECEMBER 25: King Charles III and Queen Camilla attend the Christmas Morning Service at Sandringham Church on December 25, 2023 in Sandringham, Norfolk. (Photo by Stephen Pond/Getty Images)

Furthermore, Charles has put off doing any future public duties, although he will still carry out his stately obligations, which include meeting with British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak once a week.

After the cancer news was revealed, the Royal Family largely expressed the opinion that everything will carry on as usual. It appears that optimism is the rule of the day, however anyone who has ever witnessed a loved one battle cancer will understand the King’s struggle to travel the considerable distance back to Sandringham today without his wife’s support.

The royal family is not in a good place right now, as evidenced by Kate Middleton’s recent health problems and Prince Harry’s ongoing hostility towards his family, but Charles’s diagnosis has come at a poor time.

Prince William is already preoccupied with his wife Kate’s unexplained abdominal surgery, which will prevent her from working until after Easter. This is even before considering the possibility that he could help his father.

As previously mentioned, Queen Camilla can be counted on to support her husband no matter what, even though she will occasionally need to be separated from him due to her own royal obligations. According to rumours, the Queen declared last week that her spouse was doing “very well considering the circumstances.” She continued by saying that the King had been “extremely touched” by all of the supportive comments from the general population.

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