King Charles Scheduled for Hospital Procedure to Treat Benign Prostate Condition

Buckingham Palace has announced that King Charles will be hospitalized next week for a corrective procedure to treat an enlarged prostate, a condition that is benign. The King’s public engagements will be postponed to allow for a short period of recuperation following the treatment. This news comes as the royal family has also shared information about Princess Katherine’s recent abdominal surgery and her expected recovery time.

  • King Charles is set to undergo a hospital procedure next week for an enlarged prostate.
  • The condition is benign and the treatment is described as a corrective procedure.
  • Following the procedure, the King’s public engagements will be postponed during his recuperation period.
  • The announcement was made to address his withdrawal from imminent royal engagements.
  • The Palace has communicated that the King’s diagnosis was shared as a form of public awareness regarding prostate health.
  • Princess Katherine has also recently undergone planned abdominal surgery and is expected to remain in the hospital for 10 to 14 days.
  • Prince William will be aiding Princess Katherine’s recovery post-discharge, and they are not expected to return to public duties immediately.
  • The royal family’s upcoming engagements and foreign trips are likely on hold due to these health concerns.

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