The King and Queen Consort arrived in Scotland yesterday for a short break to mourn the loss of the late Queen.
But sources close to the monarch said he was ‘buoyed’ by the outpouring of public support in recent days.
His staff are now busy behind the scenes putting project Grandfather of the Nation into full swing.
The Daily Mail revealed last week that while he has no ambition to step into his late mother’s shoes, given her unique qualities and the affection with which she was held in public life, he is hopeful that he can bring his age, wisdom and experience to the table to continue her legacy.
The King and Queen Consort arrived in Scotland yesterday for a short break to mourn the loss of the late Queen
Yesterday, the King, 73, and Camilla, 75, left Windsor Castle, where they stayed overnight on Monday following an emotional private interment, and swept into RAF Northolt in north-west London at just before 10.30am.
His police outriders removed their helmets and bowed…