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Queen Camilla has told wellwishers that King Charles ‘is doing very well’, as the cancer-battling monarch was spotted leaving Clarence House today.

She told members of the public in Northern Ireland this morning that the King, who has been receiving treatment for cancer, was ‘disappointed’ not to be able to join her there. 

He was instead seen being driven away from Clarence House in central London as a probe continues into the alleged breach of Kate Middleton‘s private data at the London Clinic.

Charles has taken a step back from royal duties, while the Princess of Wales is recovering after abdominal surgery at the London Clinic in January.

It emerged last night that three members of staff at the clinic have been suspended amid an investigation into allegations there were attempts to access Kate’s private medical data.

King Charles was seen being driven from Clarence House in central London this morning

King Charles was seen being driven from Clarence House in central London this morning

Charles has stepped back from royal duties as he receives treatment for cancer

Charles has stepped back from royal duties as he receives treatment for cancer

King Charles was seen in the back of a car leaving Clarence House this morning

King Charles was seen in the back of a car leaving Clarence House this morning

The alleged breach of Kate’s data took place at the clinic after the future Queen was admitted for planned abdominal surgery on January 16, with Kate being discharged 14 days later.

She has rarely been seen in public since then, leading to cruel conspiracy theories on social media about her wellbeing and health.

Data watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Officer confirmed it had ‘received a breach report’ and was in the process of ‘assessing the information provided’.

Meanwhile, insiders at the hospital, based in Marylebone, central London, said staff had been ‘left utterly shocked and distraught’ that a ‘trusted colleague’ could have carried out such a ‘breach of trust and ethics’.

The Princess is said to be aware of the allegations, while a spokesperson for Kensington Palace said: ‘This is a matter for the London Clinic.’

It is a criminal offence for staff in any NHS or private healthcare setting to access the medical records of a patient without the consent of the medical provider’s data controller.

The London Clinic could not confirm the exact date the alleged breach is said to have taken place but the revelation came a day after footage emerged of Kate out and about in Windsor over the weekend.

Charles had been similarly seen leaving Clarence House yesterday, followed by Queen Camilla.

Queen Camilla, pictured during a visit to Northern Ireland, said Charles was 'doing very well'

Queen Camilla, pictured during a visit to Northern Ireland, said Charles was ‘doing very well’

The Queen visited Knotts bakery (pictured) and other businesses in south Belfast

The Queen visited Knotts bakery (pictured) and other businesses in south Belfast

Members of the public watched in central London as the King went past in his car

Members of the public watched in central London as the King went past in his car

Photographs were taken as the royal car turned out of Clarence House on to the Mall

Photographs were taken as the royal car turned out of Clarence House on to the Mall

Prince William and Kate were seen leaving Windsor together in a car on March 11

 Prince William and Kate were seen leaving Windsor together in a car on March 11 

Kate was previously seen with her family attending church at Sandringham last Christmas Day

Kate was previously seen with her family attending church at Sandringham last Christmas Day 

The London Clinic private hospital is pictured yesterday as an investigation into an alleged breach of Kate's medical data is carried out

The London Clinic private hospital is pictured yesterday as an investigation into an alleged breach of Kate’s medical data is carried out

Footage showed crowds of royal fans lined up to see the monarchs leave in their cars surrounded by security, with one video showing Camilla smiling and waving as she passed along the Mall.

Camilla has begun a series of engagements in Northern Ireland – where she was photobombed by smartly-dressed one-year-old Fitz William Salmon-Corrie.

The boy wearing a suit and bow tie posed in front of the cameras as Camilla visited a shop and talked to staff at Knotts bakery in Belfast.

Camilla also told how Charles was ‘doing very well’ and was ‘disappointed’ to miss out on the trip to Northern Ireland.

During a visit to The Arcadia deli, shop assistant Brenda Robb handed over a get well card for Charles and extended her best wishes.

Camilla took the card with thanks, adding: ‘He’s doing very well. He was very disappointed he couldn’t come.

She was today meeting business owners and staff at shops on the bustling Lisburn Road in south Belfast on the second day of her stay in Northern Ireland.

Queen Camilla found herself photobombed by one-year-old Fitz William Salmon-Corrie

Queen Camilla found herself photobombed by one-year-old Fitz William Salmon-Corrie

The youngster posed for the cameras as Camilla visited Knotts bakery in Belfast today

The youngster posed for the cameras as Camilla visited Knotts bakery in Belfast today 

She also met the owner of Coffey's Butchers during a visit to Lisburn Road in Belfast

She also met the owner of Coffey’s Butchers during a visit to Lisburn Road in Belfast

The Queen met members of the public this morning after arriving in Northern Ireland last night

The Queen met members of the public this morning after arriving in Northern Ireland last night

Camilla was accompanied by Lord Lieutenant Dame Fionnuala Jay-O'Boyle, pictured right

Camilla was accompanied by Lord Lieutenant Dame Fionnuala Jay-O’Boyle, pictured right

There was an emphasis on local produce and favourite foods, with artisan and family producers sharing with the Queen their contributions to the community.

Camilla arrived in Northern Ireland yesterday evening, with a bugler from the Hillsborough Ford Guard playing to mark her arrival at Hillsborough Castle in Co Down, the royal residence in the region.

The Queen was last in Northern Ireland last May when she and the King undertook engagements on their first visit to the region following the coronation.

She is travelling alone this week after Charles stepped back from his public duties while receiving treatment for cancer.

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