CHECKING IN Queen Camilla visits King Charles in hospital as he recovers from prostate operation

 Queen Camilla is depicted visiting King Charles in hospital as he recovers from a prostate operation.

The monarch went to a London clinic yesterday to be admitted to hospital for "prescribed treatment".

His beloved wife Camilla, 76, was seen smiling as she entered the back entrance of the hospital in a black Audi this afternoon.

This is her third visit, after arriving with Charles on Friday and staying until the procedure was completed.

According to ITV, she returned last night before today's trip.

Camilla was seen leaving the hospital just after 3pm today following her latest visit, with the Queen appearing to be in good spirits. Sources said Charles, who underwent a procedure for an enlarged prostate, is understood to have met Kate before his treatment.

Charles has been absent from royal duties since deciding to undergo the procedure.

The King and Princess Kate were both "doing well" last night as they recover from operations at the London Clinic in Marylebone.

The Princess of Wales remains in hospital after a planned operation - with the mother-of-three expected to recover in the clinic for the next few days.

Yesterday, Buckingham Palace said: “The King was admitted to a London hospital this morning for scheduled treatment.

“Her Majesty would like to thank everyone who has sent their well wishes over the past week.

“He is heartened to know that his diagnosis is having a positive impact on public health awareness.”

Meanwhile, Kate is expected to leave hospital in London today after undergoing stomach surgery last week.

It is believed that Charles took the rare step of publicizing his operation to raise awareness of prostate health.

A statement last week said: “Like thousands of men every year, King has sought treatment for an enlarged prostate.

“His Majesty is in a normal condition and will go to hospital next week for a corrective procedure.

"The King's public engagements will be postponed for a short period of recovery."

Charles' fears were revealed the same day Kensington Palace announced Princess Kate had undergone abdominal surgery.

The Princess of Wales had a planned operation on 16 January.

Kensington Palace announced on January 17 that Kate had undergone surgery, which was unrelated to cancer.

Prince William has visited Kate at the London clinic every day since the surgery.

But there has been no report that his three children were present with him at his bedside.

A source said William and Kate want Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, to continue living their lives as normally as possible despite their mother's absence.

In another concern for the health of the royal family, it was revealed last week that Sarah Ferguson is battling an aggressive skin cancer.

The Sun has revealed that Duchess of York Fergie is battling cancer for the second time in just six months.

The 64-year-old woman was diagnosed with malignant melanoma after a mole was removed during breast cancer treatment.

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