The world was shocked when it was learned that Prince Charles tested positive for Coronavirus. At 71-years-old, many people were fearful that Prince Charles would develop complications from the illness. The worst part was that his diagnosis came in shortly after Prince Harry visited England with his wife Meghan Markle. She left the country first and then Prince Harry followed afterward. There was even fear that Prince Harry might not make it back to Canada before they closed the borders! With so much going on due to the pandemic, borders closing, and the possibility that Prince Charles might not see his son, daughter-in-law, and grandson again, there was great concern that Prince Charles would have a difficult time fighting off the deadly virus. Fortunately for Prince Charles, after isolating from his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles for two weeks, he has recovered.
Now, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles have celebrated their 15th anniversary and the couple is back together under one roof and doing well. At Prince Charles’ age, there is no doubt that he is one of the fortunate ones. He has gone through Coronavirus and survived. He has come out better than ever and is doing everything in his power to help with the crisis.
You may see a photo that Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles shared on their official Instagram site below.
Ahead of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s 15th wedding anniversary tomorrow, we are sharing this photo of Their Royal Highnesses with The Duchess’s dogs Bluebell and Beth.
The photo was taken earlier today at Birkhall.
Now that Prince Charles and Camilla are back together fans are wondering what will be next for the royal family. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry moved to Los Angeles and it is unclear when they will be able to return back to England for a family visit.
Queen Elizabeth II is 93-years-old and Prince Philip is 98-years-old, and now fears abound that the senior royals may be next to contract the deadly virus. The royals are still self-quarantining with each family living in isolation in an attempt to prevent the transmission and help flatten the curve.