Thirteen nights in the hospital and finally home. The Princess of Wales was discharged from the London clinic where she underwent abdominal surgery in mid-January. The news was announced by Kensington Palace, which said in a statement that Catherine will “continue her recovery in Windsor” at Adelaide Cottage and that “she is progressing well.”
No further details were given about the nature of the operation, but the fact that the princess stayed in hospital for so long and canceled all her engagements until at least Easter suggests a significant problem. Catherine called for respect for privacy: after all, even those who are in the spotlight have the right to get sick from prying eyes. Just as she was being admitted to hospital, Catherine managed to quietly leave the private clinic in Marylebone that she shared with King Charles for three days, despite a large group of photographers being stationed outside the hospital for days.
Also King Charles III. was discharged from the London clinic on Monday afternoon after undergoing surgery last Friday for a benign enlargement of the prostate and spending three nights in hospital. This was announced by the British Royal Palace. The ruler returned to his residence accompanied by his wife Camilla. there for Carlo, who stayed in the hospital on Friday longer than the expected two nights.
The fact that the king and the heir to the throne's wife were hospitalized at the same time and now require a period of rest has highlighted the fragility of the Windsors, who are not only an institution but also a normal family, with the same problems and difficulties as the population. King Charles wanted to make his complaints public to raise awareness in the country and lead to more knowledge about prostate problems: the announcement led to a surge in contacts on the national health system's website. Catherine wanted to thank those who cared for her and those who wished her all the best for a speedy recovery. “The Prince and Princess – we read in the statement – would like to say a big thank you to the entire team at the London Clinic, especially the nurses.” The Galles family remains grateful for the good wishes they have received from all over the world .