Harry and Meghan ‘send get well messages’ to Kate Middleton and King: Sussexes ‘convey their concerns and best wishes’ as princess recovers from abdominal surgery and Charles prepares for surgery on enlarged prostate

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have sent health messages to Kate Middleton and King Charles, it has been claimed, giving them «their concerns and best wishes» following a double royal health scare.

The Princess of Wales (42) is currently recovering after she went under the knife for abdominal surgery London Clinic near Regent’s Park.

Kate is expected to spend another week in hospital before being moved to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor to regain strength after the medical procedure.

While her father-in-law King Charles, 75, is currently preparing for his own surgery next week to treat an enlarged prostate.

A royal source said the Sussexes have sent their support to both royals in what is believed to be an olive branch to mend their fractured relationship.

King Charles, 75, is currently preparing for his own surgery next week to treat an enlarged prostate (His Majesty pictured at Sandringham Estate on January 7)

The Princess of Wales, 42, is currently recovering after going under the knife for abdominal surgery at a London clinic near Regent’s Park.

They told the Mirror: «The Duke and Duchess have contacted both parties in various ways to convey their concerns and best wishes.»

Charles, who was at his private home in Birkhall, Aberdeenshire, is preparing for corrective surgery after being diagnosed with a benign enlarged prostate.

The monarch and Queen Camilla flew more than 300 miles in a Royal Air Force jet from Aberdeen Airport to RAF Marham before being whisked away for the final 15 miles.

Charles, who came to the throne 16 months ago and had his coronation at Westminster Abbey last May, will be admitted to an unidentified hospital next week.

Aides say the king’s condition is «benign» and he will receive a corrective procedure.

It comes just a week after Kate’s stomach surgery, with palace insiders revealing the future queen wants to return to work «as soon as possible» but is now looking after her three children with husband Prince William, 42.

A royal source said that right now Kate and William are putting «family first, day job second» as they try to maintain a sense of «normalcy» for Prince George, 10, and Louis, five, and their eight-year-old child. sister, Princess Charlotte.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have sent well wishes to Kate and Charles following a double royal health scare

King Charles is seen leaving RAF Marham on his way to Sandringham in Norfolk

The King and Queen Camilla arrive at Sandringham in the back seats

The couple are seen in Aberdeen before the King goes into hospital next week

The King arrives at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham on January 7

«Children are always the center of their universe. This will continue to be the case. They want to make sure they have as much normalcy as possible going forward,” a source told The Times.

Kate has cleared her diary for the next few months and is not expected to return to official duties until after Easter.

While he won’t be doing official engagements and will have his calendar cleared, it’s very likely that he’ll continue to show interest in his campaigns.

«Her passion for the early years is clear, the campaign will continue in a big way and she will be very happy to resume the conversation with the nation as soon as possible,» an aide told The Times.

Engagements with 30 Princess of Wales charities and patronages are being cancelled, moved or postponed while she recovers.

An official visit to Italy planned for March was also postponed.

Meanwhile, William has hinted that he will «be by the side of his wife and children at all times» and put all his upcoming engagements on hold until Kate is back on her feet.

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William now covers the drop-off and pick-up of his three children from school.

The Princess of Wales, who recently launched a new campaign, is likely to continue working in a way that suits her recovery

It has been revealed that Prince William will not seek to change the status of the Church of England when he becomes king, despite being less religious than his father or grandmother.

Police outside the London Clinic, the private clinic where the Princess of Wales is recovering from surgery

Kate’s parents Carole and Michael Middleton and siblings Pippa Matthews and James Middleton are expected to help the Welshmen navigate the next few months as the princess recovers.

With the health of the king and William – next in line to the throne – and Kate out of action for the foreseeable future, Charles’ slimmed-down monarchy – with three senior royals missing – has come under pressure in a way seen earlier in his reign.

Joe Little of Majesty magazine said the health problems had compounded the problem facing the small group of working royals.

Mr Little said: “The working royals have been under pressure to maintain the level of commitment undertaken by a much larger team in previous years.

«The sudden removal of the three oldest players due to health issues will compound the problem considerably, but at least the King will only be out for a relatively short time.»

The Queen is still engaged, joining the Princess Royal, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke of Kent and Princess Alexandra as the current working monarchy – with the latter two appearing increasingly fragile in recent years. .

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The Princess of Wales made 134 official engagements last year, while William had 179. It is possible that the Duchess of Edinburgh and Princess Anne, who made 179 and 410 engagements respectively, will have to step up.

Charles – a known workaholic – often stays at his desk for long hours handling his correspondence and official documents, but generally enjoys good health and keeps fit by walking and gardening.

Queen Camilla may also be looking to fill any gaps that might emerge. On Thursday, she was seen opening the new ‘Safe Space’ at Aberdeen Art Gallery, an initiative to help those living with domestic violence.

When the Lord Provost asked him about the King, Camilla replied: “He is fine, thank you very much. I look forward to getting back to work.”

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