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King back in Clarence House for expected cancer treatment

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King back in Clarence House for expected cancer treatment

King back in Clarence House for expected cancer treatment

King Charles has returned to London for what is thought to be further treatment following his cancer diagnosis.

He flew with the Queen by helicopter from Norfolk to Buckingham Palace, before being driven to Clarence House.

Report by Kennedyl.

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