King Charles was seen out for the first time since it was made public by Buckingham Palace that the monarch had diagnosed with cancer.
On Tuesday, PEOPLE reported that Queen Camilla and King Charles III were photographed while driving from Clarence House.
The latest sighting came just one day after the palace made the shocking revelation about the King’s health in an official statement.
The royal couple waved through the window and reportedly hit the road to head to Buckingham Palace, where they'd flown to Sandringham House via helicopter.
According to The Telegraph, his majesty and Queen Camilla left for Sandringham after they met with Prince Harry.
It is said that the father and son, "are thought to have enjoyed a short private meeting."
It was reported earlier that the king personally revealed his health toll to both his son Harry, 39, and Prince Wiliam and siblings Princess Ann, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward before Buckingham Palace made it public on Monday.
The Spare author arrived in London on Tuesday after taking a flight from Los Angeles on Monday.
He came without his wife Meghan Markle and their two kids, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2, where they are settled at the couple’s Montecito home.
The first outing of King Charles came on February 6, which is marked as an emotional day in the history of the royal family calendar.
For the unversed, on Feb. 6, 1952, King George VI was found dead in his bed at Sandringham, making his eldest daughter, the 25-year-old then-Princess Elizabeth, Great Britain's new monarch.
Following the Queen's demise in September 2022, Charles ascended to the throne.