King Charles will leave Sandringham to hold face-to-face meetings in London next week after Queen Camilla revealed the Monarch is ‘doing extremely well’ amid ongoing cancer treatment

The king will hold face-to-face meetings in London next week despite his ongoing cancer treatment.

Charles, 75, will spend a day or so in the capital on a trip likely to coincide with medical appointments.

He has been based in Sandringham since leaving hospital last week following prostate surgery.

He flew to London on Monday to undergo treatment for his unknown cancer, before returning to Norfolk.

But sources say the king is well enough to hold a limited number of face-to-face meetings.

King Charles III and Queen Camilla attend the Sunday service at the church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 4

King Charles III and Queen Camilla attend the Sunday service at the church of St Mary Magdalene on the Sandringham estate on February 4

Camilla said King Charles, 75, who underwent his first treatment earlier this week, had been 'very touched' by all the messages of support he had received.

Camilla said King Charles, 75, who underwent his first treatment earlier this week, had been ‘very touched’ by all the messages of support he had received.

The King's helicopter is seen landing at Buckingham Palace, London following the announcement of King Charles III's cancer diagnosis

The King’s helicopter is seen landing at Buckingham Palace, London following the announcement of King Charles III’s cancer diagnosis

Camilla said King Charles, 75, who underwent his first treatment earlier this week, had been ‘very touched’ by all the messages of support he had received from around the world.

Queen Camilla said: ‘He is doing very well under the circumstances. He was very touched by all the letters and messages sent by the public from all over. It’s a lot of cheering.’

The 76-year-old made the comments as she arrived at Salisbury Cathedral for a charity music night.

The Queen had long been scheduled to attend the musical evening celebrating the work of three Wiltshire charities and traveled five hours from her husband’s side to Sandringham to be there.

She is a staunch supporter of The Wiltshire Bobby Van Trust, The Wiltshire Air Ambulance and Community First, as well as the regimental charities of the Grenadier Guards and The Rifles.

But thanks to the inclement weather and the King’s recovery from his first treatment for his unknown cancer, her visit almost didn’t come off.

Camilla, who has not left her husband’s side since his diagnosis, has been with him in Norfolk all week as he recovers.

Kensington Palace also announced that Prince William’s fourth annual Earthshot Awards will take place in Cape Town in November.