King Charles is taking a break from royal duties for approximately one month to recover from a medical procedure addressing an enlarged prostate, recent reports confirm.
The monarch, who had been staying at the royal Sandringham estate, underwent treatment at The London Clinic after being admitted on Friday morning.
The released statement about King being admitted stated, "the King was this morning admitted to a London hospital for scheduled treatment. His Majesty would like to thank all those who have sent their good wishes over the past week and is delighted to learn that his diagnosis is having a positive impact on public health awareness."
The diagnosis of the enlarged prostate occurred during a routine check-up in Aberdeenshire.
The King's health is reported to be in good condition, and Queen Camilla visited him on Sunday to check on his recovery.
During his hospital stay, King Charles also made a visit to his daughter-in-law, Princess Kate, who is recuperating from abdominal surgery at the same London hospital.
In a statement shared, the palace mentioned that based on medical advice, Kate is unlikely to return to public duties until after Easter.
However, according to several reports, while the King will be stepping back from official engagements, he remains available for state matters and can attend to governmental papers.
The specific details of the medical procedure have not been disclosed, but the King's doctors have recommended rest, leading to the cancellation of his engagements before the surgery.
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