King Charles waved to members of the public as he attended church on his Norfolk estate.
King Charles has attended church in Sandringham in his first public outing since Buckingham Palace announced his cancer diagnosis.
Members of the public caught a glimpse of the King as he walked outside St Mary Magdalene Church, in Sandringham.
It comes after the King thanked the public on Saturday for their “support and good wishes” since the news.
He said all those affected by cancer knew “such kind thoughts” were “the greatest comfort and encouragement”.
Around 100 well-wishers were gathered on Sunday as he walked into church with his wife, Queen Camilla.
The King has withdrawn from public duties to undergo regular treatment.