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King Charles Discharged After Successful Prostate Surgery

King Charles has been discharged from The London Clinic following a planned surgery to address an enlarged prostate. The 75-year-old monarch, who had cancelled several engagements leading up to the procedure, entered the central London hospital on Friday.

The surgery, performed over the weekend, was undertaken at the same facility where the late Princess of Wales had recovered from abdominal surgery, with Queen Camilla by the King’s side during his stay.

The royal’s diagnosis of the benign condition was made on January 17 while he was at Birkhall in Scotland, prompting him to undergo the corrective procedure. King Charles aims to raise awareness about prostate health, with the royal announcement leading to a significant surge in visits to the NHS website’s prostate enlargement page, up by more than 1,000%.

Notably, the health service’s page on the condition received over 11 times as many visits compared to the day before the royal revelation. This surge reflects the King’s desire to encourage other men to prioritise their health and undergo necessary check-ups.

While the exact nature of the treatment remains undisclosed, Queen Camilla reassured the public that her husband is “fine” and eager to resume his royal duties. The King’s commitment to sharing his health journey has not only sparked awareness but also underlined the importance of regular health check-ups, even for those in the highest echelons of society.

The news of King Charles’s diagnosis coincided with Kensington Palace’s announcement of the Princess Of Wales undergoing abdominal surgery, bringing a wave of attention to the royal family’s health matters. As both royals now embark on their respective recovery journeys, the public remains engaged and supportive of their well-being.

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