Prince Charles Makes First Video Appearance after Isolation Showing Support to Older People
Prince Charles has shared his experience with the recent coronavirus case. This is his first “public” appearance since his diagnosis.
While he’s still at the Scottish estate, the Prince praised healthcare workers across the country for their work so far. The news of his diagnosis first made the rounds last week.
At the time, Clarence House confirmed that he had shown some symptoms over the previous weekend. Despite his diagnosis, he remained in good spirits and was looking forward to everything being over.
However, reports confirmed earlier this week that he had come out of isolation. The 71-year-old and his wife will remain in Scotland for the foreseeable future.
Many suspected that Prince Albert passed the virus on to Prince Charles.
In his speech, he said in part, “As Patron of Age UK and my wife, the Patron of Silver Line, our hearts go out to all those older people throughout this country who are now experiencing great difficulty.”
He also commended the volunteers and everyone who has given their time and life to containing the virus. The message ended with a charge for everyone to maintain hope in their ability to defeat this problem.
Then, some details flashed on the screen showing simple health and safety tips for people. News of his recovery elated many across the country, with the comment section filled with appreciatory messages from fans.
Prince Charles is definitely not the only person of royal blood to make a considerable recovery. Earlier this week, reports confirmed that Prince Albert II of Monaco has returned to his family. The French Prince tested positive weeks ago, but has recovered and is now getting back to work.
Many suspected that Prince Albert passed the virus on to Prince Charles. Both men met in London earlier last month. However, the former has come out to dispel any rumors of such happening.
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