Queen Camilla visited King Charles today after his extended stay in hospital sparked concern for his health.
The Queen, 76, arrived at The London Clinic this afternoon, where the monarch received treatment for an enlarged prostate.
Camilla could be seen being driven into a side entrance of the private central hospital at 2:10pm.
The King was only expected to stay in The London Clinic for two nights, however, he has remained in hospital for a third night.
Queen Camilla has visited her husband once again in hospital
This sparked some health concerns for the King, 75, however, it is likely the extended stay was merely a precaution.
“It is understood that Charles would only stay in hospital for longer than two nights if there was some kind of unexpected issue,” a source told The Sun.
They added that the third night at the clinic “is entirely precautionary” but may have caused “some unease”.
King Charles was admitted into the clinic on Friday, after announcing he was diagnosed with an enlarged prostate on January 17.
Queen Camilla leaving King Charles at The London Clinic after his surgery on Friday
A statement from Buckingham Palace read: “In common with thousands of men each year, the King has sought treatment for an enlarged prostate.
“His Majesty’s condition is benign and he will attend hospital next week for a corrective procedure.
“The King’s public engagements will be postponed for a short period of recuperation.”
This comes as Princess Kate has returned home to Windsor, after receiving treatment in the same hospital as the King.
Queen Camilla assured royal fans that the King was doing ‘fine’
King Charles has undergone a hospital procedure for an enlarged prostate
When King Charles arrived at the hospital on Friday alongside his wife, the monarch paid a visit to the Princess of Wales.
Kate, 42, underwent “planned abdominal surgery” on January 16, and is now recuperating at Adelaide Cottage.
GB News understands that Prince William, 41, will halt royal duties until his wife has progressed with her recovery period.