The King has left hospital after prostate treatment, with the Princess of Wales home after abdominal surgery.
Catherine, the Princess of Wales, has left hospital almost two weeks after having abdominal surgery.
A statement from Kensington Palace said the princess has now returned to her home in Windsor and that she is “making good progress”.
She was driven away from the London Clinic private hospital without any public appearance.
The exact nature of the surgery has not been revealed, but the princess will need months of recuperation.
The princess has spent 13 nights in hospital since her operation and is not expected to return to official duties until after Easter.
Kensington Palace said the Prince and Princess of Wales wanted to send a “huge thank you” to the medical team at the hospital and for the “well wishes they have received from around the world”.
Catherine was staying in the same hospital as the King, who visited her before he had a procedure for an enlarged prostate on Friday.