Hello!: Royal Family Can Reschedule or Cancel Planned Events Amid Coronavirus Concerns
As reported by Hello!, the coronavirus pandemic will affect the scheduled events the Royal Family are expected to join in.
Recently, Prime Minister Boris Johnson cautioned the public that individuals should avoid all unimportant contact.
Therefore, upcoming royal events that might be postponed or canceled include Trooping the Colour in June. This occasion is attended by all royal family members to commend the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
There are also events, for example, the Chelsea Flower Show and Wimbledon. These occasions are famous with the royals.
It was recently revealed that Prince Edward had dropped a portion of his forthcoming commitment in the midst of the coronavirus fears.
The Earl of Wessex was due to hold a dinner at St James's Palace for the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Foundation.
However, the choice was taken to postpone on the grounds that numerous attendees couldn't go to dinner. Edward was likewise due to host an Anglo-Swedish Society gathering at Buckingham Palace, and this will be rescheduled as well.
Her Majesty's schedule to visit Cheshire and Camden was also called off in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the schedule of Prince Charles and Camilla to visit the Republic of Cyprus and Jordan.
Princess Anne visited the Addington Equestrian Centre in her role as vice patron of the British Horse Society.
As reported by Hello!, Princess Anne visited the Addington Equestrian Centre in her role as vice patron of the British Horse Society recently.
During her visit, she met the education team of the British Horse Society and equine coaches. She also watched a presentation.
According to the BHS, extra measures are set up to ensure the guests who assembled at the Addington Equestrian Centre.
"We're doing exactly what the Government has advised," a spokeswoman explained. "We have additional hand sanitisers and we're encouraging people to wash their hands."
Prince Richard and Birgitte, on the other hand, were expected to go to an Anglo-Netherlands Society centenary celebration at Kensington Palace.
"We have taken this decision with a heavy heart, but it reflects our collective," the society said on its website, "precautionary judgement, taking full account of recent developments over the Covid-19 virus, including Government statements."
Sophie, Countess of Wessex, was also compelled to delay her appearance at the Old Fire Station in Gipton, Leeds, according to the same outlet.