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King Charles and Queen Camilla brave the rain at Sandringham

King Charles and Queen Camilla brave the rain at Sandringham

On the way to church: First appearance of Charles after Harry's TV interview

King Charles III and Queen Camilla on their way to the service.

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King Charles III attended a church service in Sandringham on Sunday. This is her first public appearance since her son's interview.

Prince Harry has now appeared in public, days after he opened up about his relationship with his father in a recent television interview. Visited the King on Sunday Charles III and Queen Camilla attended a service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham. On their way to the church, the monarch and his wife braved the rain and waved to fans and photographers in attendance.

Charles wore a gray suit and a camel woolen coat. Camilla wore a dark brown woolen coat and a brown hat. Both protected themselves from the weather with umbrellas.

Charles spends a lot of time at Sandringham

Since Charles made his cancer diagnosis public in early February, the 75-year-old has spent most of his time at his country estate in Norfolk, where he now regularly attends church services and greets fans waiting in front of the church.

Meanwhile the King goes to London for treatment. Shortly after the diagnosis, I met my son Harry there: he had traveled from California to Great Britain to visit his father and spent a day at his old home. The first step towards reconciliation?

Prince Harry on his relationship with his father

A short time later, the Royal spoke as part of a tour of Canada In a television interview for the American program “Good Morning America”. About his father's illness and strained relationship with his family. He snapped in a conciliatory tone. He found out about Charles' cancer diagnosis directly from his father. “I got on a plane and went to see him as fast as I could,” Harry explained.

“Look, I love my family. I'm grateful to be able to get on the plane and see him and spend any time with him,” Harry continued. He is convinced that his father's illness may have a reunifying effect. But he also has his own family with Meghan and their two children. Nevertheless, he wants to see his family in Great Britain “as often as possible”.

King Charles has yet to comment on the meeting with Harry or his TV interview.