King Charles has been discharged from the London Clinic following his correction procedure for an enlarged prostate.
Buckingham Palace announced the news on Monday three days after the monarch was admitted to the hospital to undergo a scheduled surgery.
"The king was this afternoon discharged from hospital following planned medical treatment and has rescheduled forthcoming public engagements to allow for a period of private recuperation," the statement from the Palace read.
They went on to express gratitude on behalf of the 75-year-old King, "He would like to thank the medical team and all those involved in supporting his hospital visit and is very grateful for all the kind messages he has revived in recent days."
The father of Prince William and Prince Harry was admitted to the same hospital where Kate Middleton went under the knife for a major abdominal surgery on January 16.
The Princess of Wales was also discharged from the hospital on Monday before her father-in-law to continue her recovery at Windsor residence after her 13-day stay in the London medical facility.
As per Guardian reported, Middleton, 42, is not expected to return to official duties until after Easter, not to mention she has temporarily stepped back from her royal role to focus on her health and spend time with her children.
A Kensington Palace spokesperson shared that the mother-of-three is making good progress.
"The prince and princess wish to say a huge thank you to the entire team at the London Clinic, especially the dedicated nursing staff, for the care they have provided. The Wales family continues to be grateful for the good wishes they have received from around the world," the rep said on behalf of the Prince and Princess of Wales.