The king named Charles comes back to London using a helicopter because he has cancer. He needs to keep getting treatment for his illness.

King Charles is back at Buckingham Palace after spending some time at his royal estate in Sandringham, UK. He and Queen Camilla were seen arriving by helicopter earlier today. Charles started treatment for cancer last week, then took a break at Sandringham for a few days.

According to Hello! Magazine, the king returned to London to keep up with his treatment. He chose to visit Sandringham for privacy. A source said that Sandringham is a place where Charles can find peace. He likes having his tea while looking at the gardens. Even when he stays at Sandringham with guests around, he usually stays upstairs.

The royals haven’t said much about Charles’s health. They revealed his cancer diagnosis after he had a procedure for an enlarged prostate, but they haven’t said what kind of cancer he has or what stage it’s at.

Buckingham Palace first said: “When the King had surgery for his prostate, doctors found another health problem. Tests showed he has cancer. The King has started treatment and won’t do public events for a while. But he’ll still handle important work like usual.”

We know that Prince Harry came back to the UK last Tuesday. He had a private meeting with his father, the King, for the first time since Queen Elizabeth passed away. The King told his closest family members about his cancer himself.

SANDRINGHAM, NORFOLK – FEBRUARY 11: King Charles III and Queen Camilla depart after attending the Sunday service at the Church of St Mary Magdalene on February 11, 2024 in Sandringham, Norfolk. (Photo by Karwai Tang/WireImage)
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Last week, the Daily Mail said that sources described the King as doing well after starting his treatment.

However, people think Charles might not do his official duties and royal events for a while as he focuses on treatment.

Robert Hardman, who wrote about Charles becoming king, said on BBC Radio 4’s Today show: “I don’t think we’ll see him at Westminster Abbey now. He’ll probably send a message instead. That’s when people will notice his absence. But the everyday work of the monarchy will carry on as usual.”

Let’s send love and support to King Charles.