Kate Middleton and her family have reportedly moved to the Sandringham estate, where King Charles is currently undergoing cancer treatment. This news has sparked speculation that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge may visit their uncle at his home in Norfolk. According to royal expert Chris Ship, the King and Queen Camilla attended a service at St Mary Magdalene Church and appeared to be in good spirits as they waved to cameras.
The sighting of King Charles at the church is particularly noteworthy given that it is his first public appearance since beginning his cancer treatment. It seems that the royal family is coming together during this difficult time, with Kate Middleton reportedly leaving her Windsor home to be with her family at the Sandringham estate after undergoing abdominal surgery. There are now rumors that Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their children will visit King Charles at Sandringham estate as well.
The public appearance of King Charles at the church has put to rest any concerns about his well-being, as photos and a video posted by the royal expert show the King and Queen attending the service. This event and the subsequent update regarding Kate Middleton’s move to Sandringham suggest that the royal family is rallying around King Charles as he undergoes cancer treatment. Speculation is now rife about the potential visit of Prince William, Kate Middleton, and their children to the Sandringham estate to see King Charles.