About a week after it was announced that King Charles III had cancer. The British monarch made a brief public appearance at Sandringham. A number of February 11 photos taken as part of the service show an apparently high-spirited Charles accompanied by his wife, Queen Camilla. They were received by the Honorable Paul Williams.
The King appeared in his familiar brown coat and umbrella, with Camilla walking beside him in black boots, a black hat and a white coat. In many of the photos, both waved amiably to the photographers, who must have gathered in large numbers. Additionally, according to the Daily Mail, more than 100 onlookers gathered outside St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham to wish Charles a speedy recovery.
King Charles III thank you for your great sympathy
A week ago, Charles made his first public appearance since leaving a London hospital in Sandringham. At the time, the palace had not yet announced that Her Majesty had been diagnosed with “a certain form of cancer” during tests for a prostate procedure during her hospital stay.
Shortly before his appearance today, King Charles III announced. Among other things, he said on Instagram that he wants to thank you very much for the “many messages of support and well wishes” he has received in recent days. “As any cancer survivor knows, kind thoughts like these are the greatest comfort and encouragement.”
Camilla gave the all-clear during a visit to Salisbury on February 8 and said her husband was doing “very well under the circumstances”. Currently, they mostly stay at their country estate so that Charles can recover from the treatment he has already started. On medical advice, she should not attend public meetings, but the Daily Mail recently learned from anonymous sources that Charles is scheduled to have a limited number of private meetings in London next week.