King Charles is seen arriving at Clarence House as monarch’s cancer treatment continues

King Charles arrives at Clarence House on Tuesday morning
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  • King Charles arrived at his London residence on Tuesday morning
  • Monarch seemed to be in a positive mood as he traveled in one of his cars
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King Charles has arrived at Clarence House as the Monarch continues his treatment for cancer.

The monarch appeared to be in a positive mood when he arrived home at the royal residence late on Tuesday morning.

The 75-year-old is not performing any public duties while he receives treatment, but continues to work on government papers behind the scenes.

As he steps back from official visits, other members of the royal family have taken on additional duties.

Queen Camilla has been holding down the fort since King Charles’ cancer diagnosis in January.

She has completed 13 official assignments solo since her husband’s condition came to light, but is now expected to hand over the government to the Prince of Wales and Princess Anne while she takes a break.

The Monarch (pictured above) seemed to be in a positive mood in the back of the car

The Monarch (pictured above) seemed to be in a positive mood in the back of the car

The king was diagnosed with an undisclosed form of cancer earlier this year after hospital treatment for an enlarged prostate, which was unrelated to him.

He was treated at the same hospital as the Princess of Wales, who underwent abdominal surgery for an unknown condition in January.

Kensington Palace said last week that Kate would return to Royal appointments after Easter.

The Princess of Wales was last pictured at the meeting a service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk in January ahead of her planned operation.

The Queen recently met Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska at Clarence House on Thursday.

They were talking while sitting in the Garden Room, with their meeting taking place just days after the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Prince William and Princess Anne will take the reins from Queen Camilla as she takes a well-deserved break from work

Prince William and Princess Anne will take the reins from Queen Camilla as she takes a well-deserved break from work

Prince William (pictured) and Princess Anne are expected to take over from Queen Camilla

Prince William (pictured) and Princess Anne are expected to take over from Queen Camilla

Camilla was also pictured putting her arm behind Ms Zelenska’s back as she led her down a corridor ahead of their meeting.

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Ms Zelenska posted a video on social media of Camilla greeting her warmly with a kiss on both cheeks and saying: “Hello. How nice to see you.’

She wrote that she was “delighted to personally express my gratitude to Her Majesty Queen Camilla, and in her person to the entire @RoyalFamily and all the people of Great Britain for their support of (Ukraine) and our displaced people (internally displaced persons) .

‘Our values ​​are common: life, freedom, democracy. Thank you for standing up for them together today.”

The meeting also focused on the family photographs on display, including portraits of the Queen Mother, the late Queen, a teenage Prince Harry, and an image of the King cradling a baby, believed to be one of his grandchildren.

The Queen and the First Lady previously met in November 2022 at a reception at Buckingham Palace to raise awareness about violence against women.

Ms Zelenska was a guest at the coronation of the King and Queen last May, representing her war-torn country alongside Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.

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