King is doing ‘fine’, but won’t return ‘for a few weeks’

The palace has insisted that despite the monarch’s planned hospitalization, the State Advisors will not have to intervene to take on state affairs on his behalf.

But while he will continue to receive his daily red boxes of government papers, he is not expected to resume public duties for “a few weeks” while he recovers.

The king is a notorious workaholic and the aides are aware that, despite medical advice to rest for about three to four weeks, he wants to get back to work as soon as possible.

The palace has not revealed where Charles, who is currently at Birkhall, his private home on the Balmoral estate, will receive treatment.

The King’s Serjeant surgeon is Ranan Dasgupta, a urological surgeon who specializes in specific forms of treatment for an enlarged prostate.

Mr Dasgupta, who was appointed to the Medical Household last March, works at several hospitals, including the London Clinic, where he offers two treatments, aquablation therapy and prostatic artery embolization, for benign prostatic hyperplasia, also known as an enlarged prostate .

His profile on the London Clinic website shows that he is married, has children and, like the king, is a fan of classical music.

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