King Charles will continue cancer treatment at Sandringham: the possibility of regency is ruled out

King Charles has left Buckingham Palace and, together with Queen Camilla, moved to Sandringham. After the cancer diagnosis, made public almost a month after the prostate operation performed at the London Clinic, the British sovereign will spend his period of treatment in the family country residence, in the English village of Sandringham, in the county of Norfolk . In any case, the hypothesis of regency is excluded.

King Charles’ removal to Sandringham

In the royal residence King Charles will undergo oncological treatments, assisted by his personal doctor. From Sandringham, he will then leave for London for the hearings with the prime minister and the meetings of the Privy Council. At the moment, as far as we know, the hypothesis of regency has not been taken into consideration. “It looks like it will be an absence of months rather than weeks,” he said in an interview with Courier Jonny Dymond, royal editor of the BBC, who confirmed that “the king will continue to carry out all his institutional commitments”. In the event that he fails to complete all commitments, “they will appoint a senior member of the royal family to carry out selected constitutional functions on behalf of the sovereign, as Counselors of State,” Dymond added.