King Charles III has undergone treatment in a London clinic for an enlarged prostate problem, as Buckingham Palace had announced last week, which has not clarified how long the monarch will remain in the hospital.
The Royal House described his situation as “benign”, recalling that it is a “common” problem among men who have reached a certain age – the monarch is 75 years old -. Nevertheless, The treatment will force the king to paralyze his official agenda, at least for a “short” period of time.
Charles III has been admitted to the same clinic where his daughter-in-law, Princess Catherine of Wales, was admitted last week for a surgery of which no details have been revealed. According to sources consulted by the BBC, the monarch took the opportunity to visit Prince William’s wife before attending his own appointment.
“ANDThe king was admitted to a London hospital this morning for planned treatment. Her Majesty would like to thank all those who have sent their good wishes during the last week and is delighted to know that his diagnosis is having a positive impact on public health awareness,” he says.
The British media have broadcast images of Charles III leaving his Clarence House residence and entering the London Clinic hospital with Queen Camilla in central London.
Later, sources from the newspaper ‘The Guardian’ highlighted that Carlos III is “well.” Queen Camilla, who has been accompanying the monarch all morning, left the clinic around 3:00 p.m., although she did not answer questions from the press.
In the case of Catalina, the Royal House has limited itself to saying that it was a “planned” and “successful” intervention, while asking for respect for the family’s privacy. His recovery, however, will be longer, to the point that he is not expected to return to the public agenda until after Easter.