King Charles Returns to London for Cancer Treatment Following Diagnosis

King Charles has returned to London and resumed his duties at Buckingham Palace after undergoing his initial cancer treatment. The monarch, along with Queen Camilla, were spotted arriving at Clarence House following his stay at Sandringham in Norfolk, where he had been recuperating. Details about the type of cancer or specific treatments remain undisclosed, but regular treatments are anticipated as part of his ongoing medical care.

  • King Charles has returned to Buckingham Palace after receiving cancer treatment.
  • The King and Queen Camilla are now back at Clarence House in London.
  • Details of King Charles’s cancer type have not been made public.
  • He was originally in for a procedure on his enlarged prostate when the cancer was diagnosed.
  • Regular cancer treatments are expected for King Charles, who will be treated as an outpatient.
  • The King appeared in good spirits, waving to well-wishers over the weekend before his return to London.

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