The Prince of Wales, 41, announced Sunday that he is spearheading a plan to build 24 new homes for people experiencing housing difficulties in Cornwall, England. The King is currently staying at his Sandringham estate, having headed back there following his latest bout of cancer treatment last week. Queen Camilla joined him at the end of the week following a jam-packed schedule of royal engagements.

It fulfills a vow William made last year as he kicked off his Homewards project, which is his long-term campaign to tackle the issue. At the time he told U.K. newspaper The Sunday Times that he wanted to put social housing on his own Duchy of Cornwall land.

Teaming up with a local Cornish charity, St Petrocs, the new plan is to build homes in Nansledan, Newquay — in the far southwest of England — at a cost of nearly $4 million (£3 million), PEOPLE understands.

Context: Harry and Meghan stepped back from senior royal roles in 2020, seeking financial independence and citing media scrutiny. While tensions existed, recent reports suggest some reconciliation efforts.

Possible Motivations: The report mentions “family togetherness” and “pragmatic aspects” as potential drivers for a temporary return. Harry’s devotion to his grandmother, the Queen, is also well-documented.

Unknowns: The nature and extent of potential duties, the timeline, and Harry and Meghan’s ultimate decision remain unclear.

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Additional Notes: It’s important to respect individual privacy and avoid making harmful assumptions about personal lives.

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