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King Charles and Camilla ‘travel back to their homes and won’t attend public duties today’ amid gruelling week

King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla will reportedly spend the day at their homes today after a week of near-constant public duties.

In images obtained by the MailOnline, the couple were seen landing in Camilla’s estate in Reybridge near Lacock, Wiltshire yesterday.

According to the publication, the King then travelled to Highgrove House in Gloucestershire.

On the left, Queen Consort Camilla. On the right, King Charles III.
King Charles and Camilla have not had a lot of time to grieve privately since the loss of the Queen (Credit: Splashnews.com)

King Charles and Camilla take a day off

According to reports, the couple will not be attending any public events today (September 15).

However, it is understood that Charles will be using today to prepare for his new responsibilities and will receive the red boxes containing state papers.

It’s said he’ll continue to carry out state business.

This comes as the Queen‘s coffin is lying-in-state at Parliament’s Westminister Hall.

Other royals will continue duties

While King Charles and Camilla reportedly won’t be making any public appearances today, other royals will.

I am deeply aware of this great inheritance and of the duties and heavy responsibilities of Sovereignty which have now passed to me.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are expected to visit the floral tributes outside Sandringham.

The Mall as the Queen's coffin is transported to Westminister.
Senior royals have attended multiple services to pay tribute to their former matriarch (Credit: Splashnews.com)

Meanwhile, the Earl and Countess of Wessex will travel to Manchester to light a candle in memory of the Queen at the city’s cathedral.

Princess Anne and her husband, Sir Tim Lawrence, will attend Glasgow City Chambers today.

The couple will view floral tributes and meet people signing a book of condolence.

We will see more of the King over the weekend in the days leading up to his mother’s funeral.

The funeral will take place on Monday (September 19).

During a recent speech during his proclamation, King Charles said: “I am deeply aware of this great inheritance and of the duties and heavy responsibilities of Sovereignty which have now passed to me.”

A hectic week for the Royal Family

Since the Queen’s passing last Thursday (September 8), Charles and his siblings have been constantly in the public eye.

On Sunday, the Queen’s coffin travelled to Edinburgh from Balmoral.

The King and his siblings then walked behind her coffin on Monday during a service of Thanksgiving for the Queen in Edinburgh.

King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Prince William and Prince Harry walk behind the Queen's coffin.
The King led the family in a procession behind the Queen’s coffin on its way to Westminister Hall in London (Credit: Splashnews.com)

Meanwhile, King Charles led the family in another procession on Wednesday as the Queen’s coffin travelled to Westminister Hall.

Both Prince Harry and Prince William walked behind the King and his siblings as they all followed behind the Queen’s coffin.

In between the services of remembrance, members of the royal family have been visiting floral tributes outside royal residences.

The Prince and Princess of Wales reunited with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Saturday (September 10).

The couples reunited to greet people in Windsor.

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