Salisbury District Hospital say their thoughts are with the family and friends of Charlie's partner, Dawn Sturgess at this time 'as they go through the hard process of coming to terms with her death'.
"Charlie has been through an appalling experience most of us could never imagine", Ms Wilkinson said.
'Today is a very welcome milestone in his recovery and all of us at Salisbury Hospital wish him well as he continues to get better.
Charlie has been released from Salisbury District Hospital, where he was recovering from exposure to Novichok thought to have been used in the attempted assassination of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
They are believed to have been identified through CCTV, cross-checked with border entry data.
"They are sure the (suspects) are Russian".
But Security Minister Ben Wallace wrote on Twitter: "I think this story belongs in the "ill-informed and wild speculation folder".
The UK government has blamed Russian Federation for the incident, but the country's authorities deny any involvement.
Matthew, from Warminster, Wilts, said his brother recalled that Dawn had sprayed the perfume on both of her wrists.
'We continue to think of Charlie and of Dawn's family, and support them as they go through the hard process of coming to terms with her death'.
"We continue to think both of Charlie and of Dawn's family, and support them as they go through the hard process of coming to terms with her death", she said.
United Kingdom officials say nerve agent victim Charlie Rowley has been released from hospital three weeks after being exposed to Novichok, and nearly two weeks after his partner's death.
Rowley and Sturgess collapsed at his house in Amesbury, north of Salisbury.
It is understood she was exposed to at least 10 times the amount of nerve agent the Skripals came into contact with.
British detectives earlier said that a small bottle that tested positive for Novochok - a deadly, military-grade nerve agent produced in the Soviet Union during the Cold War - was found in one of the victims' homes.