Camilla Is Reportedly Keeping a Close Eye on Prince Charles Amid Coronavirus Diagnosis
The news of Prince Charles’s coronavirus diagnosis has rocked the British royal family. As expected, no one can be as concerned as his wife.
People Magazine has confirmed that Duchess Camilla has remained concerned about the Prince’s wellbeing since she found out about his condition. The report also pointed out that she remains upbeat about the entire situation, although she’s been particularly cautious too.
Per the news source, the Prince of Wales is now working from Birkhall, one of his Scottish estates. As for Camilla, she’s with him but is self-isolating separately, although she already tested negative for the virus. A source revealed to the news medium that:
“Both of them remain in good spirits. There is a sense of keeping calm and carrying on. The duchess is concerned for him, but she is aware of his own good spirits...”
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The Prince got his coronavirus diagnosis earlier this week. A report from the BBC at the time pointed out that the 71-year-old had shown a few symptoms for a while. He eventually went in for a test last weekend, while his results arrived earlier this week.
The royal family has been on alert since Prince Charles’ diagnosis.
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Earlier this week, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, @clarencehouse, visited the Bay of Islands and attended a formal welcome, called a Pōwhiri, at @waitangitreatygrounds. The Waitangi Treaty is regarded as New Zealand’s founding document, and enshrines the relationship between Māori and the Crown. Following the ceremony, Their Royal Highnesses looked around Waitangi Museum and met guests from the Maori community. Later, The Prince met young entrepreneurs who are developing environmentally sustainable start-ups through @princes_trust_nz’s Enterprise Programme, while The Duchess visited Kerikeri Primary School to meet children participating in the ‘Garden to Table’ programme. The initiative encourages children to grow their own vegetables in the garden and make recipes in the kitchen from the food they have grown. To end the day, The Prince visited the local fire station in Paihia, which was established in 1965. Fire and Emergency NZ relies on 11,000 volunteers to help keep communities safe. . 📸 Press Association / @clarencehouse
The question of where he got the Coronavirus disease is still unanswered, as the Price has attended several engagements in the past few weeks. Despite the diagnosis, however, he remains cheerful and is still getting some work done.
The news of the Prince Charles’s diagnosis has raised some questions regarding the other royal family members.
The Queen last had contact with her eldest son on March 12, and while she remains deeply concerned about her son, she has been taking precautions for her safety too.
The Queen has traveled to Windsor Castle with Prince Philip for their protection. They plan to remain there until after the Easter holiday. Depending on how things go by, then they should be returning to London.
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