Britain's Princess of Wales, Kate, 42, has successfully undergone planned abdominal surgery at the private London Clinic.

She is expected to stay in the hospital for 10 to 14 days, with no details of the surgery provided, but officials confirm it was non-cancerous.

Kensington Palace emphasizes Kate's desire for privacy regarding her medical information to maintain normalcy for her children.

Meanwhile, King Charles, 75, will undergo a benign "corrective procedure" for an enlarged prostate, and Buckingham Palace states that his condition is non-threatening.

Both royals were last seen publicly on Christmas Day. Kensington Palace will provide updates on Kate's recovery only with significant new information, and she is unlikely to resume public duties until after Easter.

Prince William, 41, will postpone engagements while supporting his wife's recovery.

Kate Middleton, born into a middle-class family, became Princess of Wales in 2022 after Queen Elizabeth's death. Popular and considered a global fashion icon, she and William have three children.

While details of Kate's condition remain private, Charles shares information about his enlarged prostate to encourage men to address similar symptoms.

The NHS defines benign enlarged prostate as a common condition affecting urination in men over 50, emphasizing it's not cancerous or a serious health threat.

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