It was an emotionally charged weekend for the crowning of King Charles III and Queen Camilla, with preparations having been in the works for weeks. After the official festivities, the new rulers chose to take a few days off, heading to the Royal Residence of Sandringham House in Norfolk. This place has long been a refuge for members of the royal family to seek rest and seclusion. The King and Queen are expected to remain in the countryside until the end of the weekend, as reported by the Daily Mail. After that, it will be time to return to the spotlight. On June 17th, the first Trooping The Colour in honour of Charles as King will take place. The parade, which has been held to celebrate the monarch’s birthday for 260 years, is held at the start of summer, regardless of the ruler’s date of birth, to make the most of the best London weather. Then, on Monday 19th June, the royal family will be busy with Garter Day. Charles and Camilla have a busy schedule for the summer, travelling around Great Britain, and a state visit abroad is planned for the autumn, likely to be in France. This was originally set for March, but had to be cancelled due to protests against the pension reform. It is now time for the monarchs to take a break, although the King never stops working, as he was taught by his mother Elizabeth. Sandringham is a “tonic” for him, as stated by an insider familiar with the King’s habits, who also mentioned the joy the couple felt seeing the public enjoying the coronation weekend, despite the inclement rain on Saturday. Royal Residence Sandringham is a place to be remembered.