King Charles III made a public reappearance on Sunday, February 4, three weeks after undergoing prostate surgery in a London clinic.
In his first outing since his medical discharge, the British monarch attended the traditional Sunday Mass at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, accompanied by his wife, Queen Camilla.
What did the King Charles look like on its first public outing after the operation?
Wearing a camel coat and holding a closed umbrella in his left hand, Charles III walked alongside Camilla, who was attired in an elegant wide-brimmed hat paired with a navy blue coat.
The king has smiled and animated, greeting journalists and supporters at the temple gates.
After warmly shaking hands with the rector, Reverend Williams, with whom he exchanged a few words, the monarch attended the hour-long religious service.
After the service, Charles III and Camilla spoke briefly with the parish priest before returning to Sandringham House for lunch.
This is the first public appearance of the British King since he was admitted to the London clinic three weeks ago to undergo surgery for a prostate problem.
His positive postoperative evolution has allowed him to resume his royal engagements this week, intensified by Queen Camilla due to Kate Middleton’s medical leave.
The naturalness and good appearance of the sovereign confirm his full recovery from surgery, returning him to the public scene with renewed strength to continue his duties as the head of the British monarchy.