Queen Camilla spotted visiting King Charles in hospital 3 times in 24 hours after his surgery

Queen Camilla is keeping a close eye on her husband.

Camilla, 76, was photographed exiting The London Clinic three separate times within 24 hours after King Charles, 75, went under the knife for an enlarged prostate Friday morning.

She appeared to be in good spirits despite the unideal situation, as she smiled at cameras two out of the three times she left the hospital.

Camilla was last seen Saturday afternoon with a grin on her face as she was driven away from the London hospital in the passenger seat of a black car.

She sported a forest green sweater vest over a white blouse.

Friday, Camilla was pictured in the back seat of the black car at nighttime.

Saturday afternoon, she was photographed smiling as she was driven away from The London Clinic in a black car. AFP via Getty Images
She wore a dark green sweater vest over a white blouse. UnBoxPHD / SplashNews.com
Camilla was also seen being driven away from the hospital Friday night after her husband’s surgery was completed. AFP via Getty Images

The visit was fairly swift, as she arrived at 6:34 p.m. and departed before 8 p.m., according to the Daily Mail.

The longtime partner of Charles was also seen exiting the hospital after arriving with him for his 9 a.m. appointment.

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She looked regal in a royal blue dress that featured buttons down the center of her chest which met a wrap that cinched in her waist. She smiled after departing Charles.

Buckingham Palace confirmed last week that His Royal Highness would undergo the “corrective procedure.”

Queen Camilla was first seen exiting the London medical center after arriving with King Charles for his 9 a.m. appointment. PA Images via Getty Images
She donned a deep blue wrap dress that featured buttons going down her chest. SplashNews.com
She appeared to be in a chipper mood as she smiled at cameras. ZUMAPRESS.com

They also informed the public that his condition was “benign.”

Charles’ hospitalization came shortly after his daughter-in-law Kate Middleton underwent a “planned abdominal surgery” on Jan. 16.

“The surgery was successful and it is expected that she will remain in hospital for ten to fourteen days, before returning home to continue her recovery,” Kensington Palace announced on behalf of the Princess of Wales.

Charles’ surgery came shortly after Kate Middleton was admitted to The London Clinic for a planned procedure. Getty Images For Buckingham Palace
He reportedly visited his daughter-in-law in the hospital before his surgery. Getty Images

They added that she is not expected to return to her royal duties until after Easter.

While the surgery was planned, Middleton was forced to postpone some of her upcoming engagements.

“She looks forward to reinstating as many as possible, as soon as possible,” the statement from Kensington noted.

Both Kate and Charles’ surgeries were planned. Samir Hussein/WireImage

Charles reportedly visited the Princess of Wales at the hospital before his prostate surgery.

Both hospitalizations encouraged Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to send their relatives well wishes, despite their strained relationship.

“The King and the Princess of Wales have received support from Prince Harry and Meghan regarding their health,” a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex claimed to the Mirror.