King Charles receives treatment in hospital for an enlarged prostate

King Charles receives treatment in hospital for an enlarged prostate

(CNN) — Buckingham Palace announced on Wednesday that King Charles III will go to hospital next week to receive treatment for an enlarged prostate.


They reported from the palace that the king was seeking treatment “as thousands of men do every year” and that his condition was “benign.” In addition, they indicated that the visit to the hospital was for “corrective action.”

They added that the 75-year-old British monarch's public engagements will be postponed for a short period while he recovers.

A royal source told CNN that the king wanted to share details of his diagnosis to encourage other men who may be experiencing symptoms to get tested in line with public health advice.

Charles was supposed to hold a series of meetings and events at Dumfries House in Ayrshire, Scotland, over the coming days, which have now been postponed on the advice of his doctors.

The guests, including foreign dignitaries and ministers, were scheduled to travel there to attend the engagement. It is understood that a palace announcement was made to inform them of the situation.

News of King Charles' upcoming treatment came shortly after it was revealed that his daughter-in-law, the Princess of Wales, will be hospitalized for up to two weeks.

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