The Wales family are spending the half-term break in Norfolk

How Prince George, Charlotte and Louis are comforting grandfather King Charles amid cancer treatment

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, King Charles’s three grandchildren who live in the UK, will undoubtedly be his source of consolation and comfort while he receives cancer treatment.

During the February half-term holiday, Prince William, Princess Catherine, and their three young children went to their country home, Anmer Hall, which is located just down the road from Charles, while the 75-year-old King spent last week at Sandringham House in Norfolk.

 

King Charles attended church in Sandringham last week
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It’s unclear if the Wales children had the opportunity to see their grandfather in person over the summer vacation, if he was in good enough health, or if he had time in his hectic schedule.

However, we are aware that William and his father communicate frequently. “The Prince has got his wife and children to look after, but he’s in regular contact with the King and will see him soon,” a royal source told HELLO! in this week’s magazine.

A palace source also said that the father and son are in “constant contact” and will meet whenever possible without making any big deal or announcement in public. They strongly favor maintaining the privacy of family matters.

Therefore, it’s possible that William took George, who was ten, Charlotte, who was eight, and Louis, who was five, to see their grandfather during one of those visits.

 

King Charles “loves” seeing his grandchildren in Windsor
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Although Charles is back in London for treatment, George, Charlotte, and Louis will have sent him get-well cards and will be in contact with him via video calls, which is how they stayed in touch during the COVID-19 pandemic, if he was unable to see his grandchildren in person during their half-term break.

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The King was very involved with his grandchildren who live in the United Kingdom prior to receiving his cancer diagnosis. He’s been able to see George, Charlotte, and Louis more often since he moved to Windsor Castle, which is near the Wales family’ Adelaide Cottage.

 

King Charles has been staying at the royal estate whilst he recovers from his surgery
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Robert Hardman stated that Charles “loves” spending time with his grandchildren at Adelaide Cottage. “He’s in Windsor two or three nights a week,” Hardman said.

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