Prince Charles Speaks out for First Time since News of COVID-19 Diagnosis
Prince Charles finally breaks his silence on COVID-19 diagnosis and extends his gratitude to the millions of well-wishers' who have sent kind words his way.
The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, has released a statement for the first time since he got diagnosed with COVID-19. The Royal released a short statement through his official Instagram page, Clarence House.
The statement which came alongside a smiling picture of the dad-of-two, read:
"Thank you all for your 'Get well soon' messages for his Royal Highness. He is enormously touched by your kind words."
The heartfelt words were met with more prayers and well wishes. Royal fans took to the comments praying for a "Speedy recovery" for the Prince, and they also sent him a lot of love.
The news about Prince Charles' diagnosis broke on Wednesday. The British news network, BBC, reported that the 71-year-old Royal tested positive for the virus, and was displaying mild symptoms.
The network noted that the Royal remains in good health, and has been self-isolating at Balmoral Castle. Prince Charles' wife, Duchess Camila, has been in isolation with him, despite testing negative for COVID-19.
The tests on the two were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire after the couple met with the criteria required for testing.
Prince Charles, before getting diagnosed, had attended several public functions, and it is unknown how he got the virus.
The Prince and Duchess Camila will continue with self-isolation until the Royal gets a clean bill of health. In the meantime, he is working from his desk at Balmoral.
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