KING CHARLES could soon leave Sandringham as part of his cancer care plan, a royal expert has revealed.
The monarch, 75, left the London Clinic with the Queen at his side last week after undergoing a “corrective procedure”.
Charles spent three nights at the hospital receiving treatment for an “enlarged prostate”.
But in an update on Monday Buckingham Palace confirmed the King has been diagnosed with a form of cancer.
The monarch took a helicopter flight from Buckingham Palace to Sandringham on Tuesday after meeting Prince Harry where he is expected to get some much needed rest.
He explained: “I would think he will stay at Sandringham House until they shut it down and they he may go to Wood Farm.
“When the late Queen was very sick she went to Wood Farm. It’s also where Prince Philip lived after his retirement.
“It’s a very relaxing place and he can be there with just a couple of servants and just really chill out.”
The King is expected to have further cancer treatment as an out-patient in London this month and the Palace has yet to set a date for his return to frontline duties.
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Jobson explained: “The Queen was with the King.
“Let’s be honest – he wasn’t too complimentary about Queen Camilla in his book Spare.
“He wasn’t very complimentary about her on Netflix. They don’t get on.
Jobson added: “Second, there’s not been a lot of contact.
“That brings its own level of complexity and drama which he doesn’t need at the moment.
“The royals do stick to a pretty military clock. You have to get the helicopter pilot there, all these things.
“So his plans had to be changed. The one thing the King doesn’t like is changing his plans.
“He gave him long enough for a kiss and hug, and wished him all the best.”
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The King continues to carry out all constitutional roles and spoke to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on the telephone on Wednesday.
He is set to meet the PM in person again on February 21, restarting their weekly audiences.
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