Catherine, Princess of Wales, has been discharged from the hospital following her recent abdominal surgery.
A statement from Kensington Palace mentioned that the princess has recently returned to her home in Windsor and is currently “making good progress”.
She left the London Clinic private hospital without making any public appearances.
The specific details of the surgery have not been disclosed, however, it is expected that the princess will require several months to recover.
The princess has been in the hospital for 13 nights following her operation and is anticipated to resume her official duties after Easter.
Kensington Palace expressed gratitude on behalf of the Prince and Princess of Wales to the medical team at the central London hospital, as well as to all those who have sent well wishes from around the world.
The palace statement mentioned that the princess will be “continuing her recovery” from the comfort of her own home.
Catherine, 42, was staying in the same private hospital as the King, who paid her a visit before undergoing a procedure for an enlarged prostate on Friday.
The King is currently receiving medical care at the hospital for a non-cancerous prostate issue, a condition that is frequently seen in older men, as stated by the NHS.
It is quite common for men over the age of 50 to experience symptoms related to an enlarged prostate. This gland is located just below the bladder.
The announcement of King Charles, aged 75, undergoing a “corrective procedure” for his prostate aims to inspire other men to prioritise their prostate health.
The NHS website saw a significant increase in searches related to enlarged prostates, and the King expressed his happiness at the positive impact his diagnosis is having on public health awareness.