Cancer-stricken King Charles is spotted Smiling entering Sandringham church one week after a surprise Easter Sunday walkabout that delighted well-wishers

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King Charles, 75 years old, has been photographed on his way to a Sunday morning church service in Sandringham as he continues his recovery from cancer.

Despite the challenges, he appeared to be in good spirits, smiling from the backseat of a car as it drove past onlookers.

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His time is currently divided between the Sandringham estate in Norfolk and his Clarence House residence in London.

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Just last week, King Charles greeted well-wishers at an Easter Sunday service in Windsor, marking his first major public appearance since his cancer diagnosis.

His recent cheerful outings serve as a reassuring sign to the public, especially after he temporarily stepped back from his official duties following the announcement of his diagnosis on February 6.

During that Easter Sunday service, both King Charles and Queen Camilla took the time to shake hands with dozens of people who had gathered outside St George’s Chapel in Windsor last weekend.

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After his cancer diagnosis, King Charles has been receiving tremendous support from the public. As he left St. George’s Chapel last Sunday, he was applauded by well-wishers, who encouraged him to “keep going strong” and remarked that he “looked well” and appeared to be in “good spirits”. The heartfelt sentiments from the crowd included phrases like “We’re all rooting for you” and “We’ve all got your back”.

In a light-hearted moment, one person told him to “never give in”, to which the King jokingly replied, “I have to obey my instructions.”

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Despite his health challenges, King Charles has continued to work, albeit privately. Recently, there were reports that he is eagerly preparing for a two-week state visit to Australia. If all goes as planned, he could return Down Under in just a few months, accompanied by Queen Camilla. The trip is expected to include visits to New Zealand and Samoa as well.

“The King is raring to go after a significant amount of time off due to his cancer diagnosis,” a source told The Sun.

“He knows he can’t hang around and is feeling extremely positive after tests meant he could attend the Easter Sunday service and spend time meeting the public, which he has missed.

“He’s over the moon with the way treatment has gone and supercharging plans for Australia, New Zealand and Samoa.”

Charles treatment progress has left him “over the moon”, and he is supercharging his plans for the upcoming journey.

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