February 27, 2024

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King Charles 'doing well' after prostate surgery as Kate continues to recover in hospital – Royal Family News

King Charles 'doing well' after prostate surgery as Kate continues to recover in hospital – Royal Family News

Sarah, Duchess of York, suffered from skin cancer

The Queen arrived at the London clinic, where the King is staying, on Saturday after receiving treatment for an enlarged prostate.

Camilla was seen entering the back entrance of the hospital in a black Audi at noon, followed by a Range Rover.

Charles spent the night in a central London hospital after undergoing treatment and was said to be in “good health.”

It is not known how long the King will remain at the London clinic, although reports suggest he could stay there throughout the weekend.

Queen Camilla appeared in good spirits as she smiled at reporters as she left the hospital on Friday.

Buckingham Palace said last week that Charles, 75, would undergo the procedure this week due to a benign condition that was common among men over the age of 50.

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The Queen returns to the hospital where King Charles received treatment

The Queen arrived at the London clinic, where the King is staying, on Saturday after receiving treatment for an enlarged prostate.

Camilla was seen entering the back entrance of the hospital in a black Audi at noon, followed by a Range Rover.

The king began his second day in the hospital after undergoing surgery for prostate enlargement.

Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 12:17

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Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 12:10

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Watch: Queen Camilla smiles as she leaves the hospital

Queen Camilla smiles as she leaves hospital after a visit from King Charles

Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 11:50

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ICYMI: Sarah, Duchess of York, talks about cancer and her royal rehabilitation

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Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 11:30

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ICYMI: Sarah Ferguson gives health update after second 'shock' cancer diagnosis

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Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 11:10

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Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 10:50

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ICYMI: King was told to “slow down a little” before the surgery

Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 10:35

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King begins day two in the hospital

The king began his second day in the hospital after undergoing surgery for prostate enlargement.

Charles was seen entering the London Clinic in central London on Friday morning with the Queen at his side – the same hospital where the Princess of Wales is being cared for following abdominal surgery.

Camilla appeared in good spirits when she left the private hospital for the first time at 3.10pm, and smiled at reporters before getting into the car.

She returned for a visit that lasted about an hour and a half and left just before 8 p.m.

She told people inside the London clinic earlier on Friday that the king was “doing well” after the operation.

(AP)

Matt MathersJanuary 27, 2024 at 10:10

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From polo injuries to swollen fingers: the King's health over the years

The king, who is in hospital receiving treatment for an enlarged prostate, is in overall good health – despite suffering an injury while playing sports.

It is hoped that Charles' decision to share details of his diagnosis may encourage other men with symptoms to get tested in line with public health advice.

Matt Mathers27 January 2024 at 09:50

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NHS England said there was one visit every 13 seconds to the NHS website seeking information about skin cancer in the two days following the announcement on Sunday.

Matt Mathers27 January 2024 at 09:35