Charles III Makes First Public Appearance After Surgery
British King Charles III attended a church service on Sunday, marking his first public outing since undergoing surgery. As reported by myUkraineis, citing BBC, the monarch waved to the cameras while visiting the service with his wife, Queen Camilla, at St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
However, King Charles III may take a month-long break from public events to fully recover from his prostate surgery. The news of Charles III's treatment was shared in hopes of encouraging other men to undergo similar medical examinations.
The National Health Service England explained that their webpage on "prostate enlargement" was visited every five seconds on the day the king's diagnosis was announced, and the number of visits significantly increased in the following days.
As reported by Ukrinform, Buckingham Palace announced on January 17 that King Charles III would be hospitalized for treatment of prostate enlargement. He left the hospital in London on January 29.