King Charles has been discharged from the London Clinic, marking the successful completion of corrective treatment for his enlarged prostate, as officially confirmed by Buckingham Palace on Monday.

The Monarch’s spokesperson released a detailed statement, noting, “This afternoon, the King was discharged from the hospital after undergoing planned medical treatment. In consideration of his recovery, forthcoming public engagements have been rescheduled to allow for a period of private recuperation.”

Expressing gratitude, the statement continued, “He would like to extend his thanks to the medical team and all those involved in supporting his hospital visit. Additionally, the King is appreciative of all the kind messages he has received in recent days”, told CNN.

It is noteworthy that on January 26, Queen Camilla provided an update on King Charles’s condition, stating that he is ‘doing well’ after his successful enlarged prostate surgery.

Interestingly, in parallel news, Kensington Palace has also confirmed today that Princess Kate has returned home to Windsor to continue her recovery from abdominal surgery. The official statement from the palace expressed the Prince and Princess’s immense gratitude to the entire team at The London Clinic, singling out the dedicated nursing staff for their exceptional care.

“The Wales family continues to be grateful for the good wishes they have received from around the world,” the statement concluded, highlighting the ongoing support and global concern for the royal family’s health. The juxtaposition of these health updates underscores the importance of the royals’ well-being and their appreciation for the outpouring of support during their respective medical journeys.

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