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Harry arrives at Clarence House to see father – day after King’s cancer diagnosis revealed

Prince Harry has arrived at Clarence House to see his father – a day after the King’s cancer diagnosis was revealed.

The Duke of Sussex flew in from LAX in California, where he has lived since 2020, and landed at Heathrow Airport in London on a British Airways flight on Tuesday afternoon.

His father has started treatment for cancer, which was found after treatment for an enlarged prostate – although Buckingham Palace said he does not have prostate cancer.

Prince Harry is seen arriving at Clarence House.
Pic: LNP
Image:
Prince Harry is seen arriving at Clarence House.
Pic: LNP

The King personally called both Harry and the Prince of Wales – as well as his siblings the Princess Royal, the Duke of York and the Duke of Edinburgh – to share news of his health, the palace said.

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Relations between the monarch and his younger son have been strained for some time after Harry quit his royal duties in early 2020.

The Duke of Sussex was critical of his family in his book, Spare, which was published last y ear.

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