Queen Camilla has provided an update on King Charle's condition, saying that he is "fine" and is "looking forward to getting back to work".
A statement from Buckingham Palace announced on January 18 that the King will undergo a "corrective procedure" next week, causing him to postpone all public engagements for a short period of time.
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"In common with thousands of men each year, the King has sought treatment for an enlarged prostate," the statement read.
Charles' condition is said to be benign and not cancer-related, but he will be taking a step back from all public engagements until he is fully recovered.
Just before the King's diagnosis was announced, Kensington Palace issued a statement regarding Kate Middleton's health, saying that she will be taking the next few months off to rest and recover because of abdominal surgery.
The Princess of Wales is expected to spend 10 to 14 days in hospital, and will be fully recovered in two to three months - meaning, she won't be returning to public duties "until after Easter".
A statement from Kensington Palace pic.twitter.com/6h3BCrqj5L— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) January 17, 2024