Prince Charles and Camilla Make First Public Appearance since COVID-19 Lockdown
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla appeared in public together for the first time since the nationwide lockdown as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Countries across the globe issued compulsory lockdown at different times since the emergence of the novel coronavirus, which began in China.
Prince Charles and Camilla during their visit to the Republic of Ireland on May 20, 2019, in Enniskerry, Ireland. | Source: Getty Images.
The English Royals Prince Charles of Wales and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, decided to explore the outdoor which they've been denied like every other Britain.
However, their outdoor trip wasn't a luxurious one but an obligatory duty. The couple took out the time to visit medical officials.
These officials are primarily at the front line and have continued with unrelenting strength to attend to those in need of care due to falling victims to the ongoing public health crisis.
The royals' official Instagram page showed a series of engagements with health workers at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, where they showed their gratitude towards the NHS staff.
Prince Charles has witnessed the disease first hand after he tested positive for coronavirus in March. The couple proceeded to self-isolation in Birkhall, in the Highlands of Scotland, and remained there until they recently hosted the French president, Emmanuel Macron, in their London home.
One thing the grandfather has been vocal about is his experience with the virus.
According to a news outlet, Camilla, who's a grandma to five grandkids from her two children whom she shares with her first husband, Andrew, announced that she missed seeing her grandchildren.
On the other hand, her husband has four grandkids from his sons, Prince Harry and Prince William. The Prince of Wales is yet to mention whether he has seen his grandchildren. Camila recently saw her grandbabies and was overwhelmed with joy, which she expressed during an interview.
One thing Prince Charles has been vocal about is his experience with the virus. He explained that he lost his sense of smell and taste. He got candid during his Gloucestershire visit while speaking to Mr. Jeff; the grandfather shared the effect the coronavirus had on him.
Other royals such as the Queen of England, the Prince's mother, have made public appearances too. On Saturday, Queen Elizabeth attended a small Trooping the Color ceremony at Windsor castle.