King Charles appears in good spirits with Queen Camilla after receiving cancer diagnosis

King Charles III appeared to be in good spirits as he and Queen Camilla departed Clarence House together Tuesday morning.

The reigning monarchs waved to fans and British citizens as they sat in the backseat and made their way to Buckingham Palace.

The King and his Queen’s happy moods came after Prince Harry made a “quick visit” to Clarence House after hearing the news that his father had been diagnosed with cancer.

Page Six was told that the renegade royal, who traveled without his wife, Meghan Markle, touched down at Heathrow Airport in London earlier in the morning before seeing his father.

We exclusively reported Monday that the Duke of Sussex, 39, was planning to see his dad, 75, after Buckingham Palace announced Charles’ cancer battle.

King Charles III appeared to be in great spirits departing Clarence House with Queen Camilla. AFP via Getty Images
The reigning monarchs met with Prince Harry earlier after he landed in the UK. AFP via Getty Images
Page Six previously confirmed the renegade royal would visit his father after learning of his cancer diagnosis. AP

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s team further confirmed that Harry already had spoken to his father after learning of the diagnosis and shared that the “Suits” alum, 42, would remain home in Montecito, Calif., with their two children: Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2.

With the redheaded royal back on UK turf, sources speculated to us that Charles’ cancer could bring about a truce between Harry and his older brother, Prince William.


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A palace insider wondered to us whether the king’s cancer could prompt a truce between the Duke of Sussex and his older brother, Prince William. Phil Harris/Daily Mirror

“Is this the point where Harry gets to swoop in and be magnanimous and reach out to William?” a palace insider questioned.

Doctors discovered Charles’ cancer, which hasn’t been specified, during his successful surgery to treat his enlarged prostate.

“During The King’s recent hospital procedure for benign prostate enlargement, a separate issue of concern was noted,” the palace said in a statement Monday. “Subsequent diagnostic tests have identified a form of cancer.”

Buckingham Palace said Charles will be receiving a “schedule of regular treatments” for his cancer. Getty Images

Buckingham Palace further shared that Charles would postpone his public duties so he could receive “a schedule of regular treatments.”

Charles’ cancer was reportedly caught early and doctors have given him a “good” prognosis, according to the Daily Mail.

The outlet also noted that the British monarch’s positivity and dedication to his duties have “amazed” his family and friends.