It was revealed earlier this week by multiple outlets that Prince Charles was diagnosed with COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, and when he found out, the Prince called his two sons, Prince William and Harry to announce the sad news.
According to Page Six, Harry and Meghan Markle are currently staying in their $14 million mansion on Vancouver Island, Canada. The couple is taking care of their baby, Archie, just a few days before they were scheduled to officially move on from their duties as ex-royal family members.
Kate Middleton and Prince William, on the other hand, have moved from their Kensington Palace home in London to their house outside of the city, Anmer Hall. The pair is taking care of their three kids, Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Prince George.
Clarence House recently released a statement in which they explained that the Prince of Wales only has mild symptoms at the moment. He’s in good health. Reportedly, the 71-year-old royal family member contracted the illness due to his recent flux of public speaking engagements.
Queen Elizabeth II, on the other hand, has not been diagnosed with coronavirus. A spokesperson for Buckingham Palace said on Wednesday that the Queen of England is doing very well and is feeling good. Currently, the royal family and its staff members are trying to find out who Prince Charles has come into contact with over the last few weeks.
Sources who spoke with The Post state that Charles hasn’t seen Queen Elizabeth in several weeks, although, insiders who spoke with The Post claimed he has been contagious with the disease for approximately 12 days since the 13th of March.
Additionally, Prince Charles’ personal staff has been contacting people he has met with recently, warning them to get a test and to potentially self-isolate. On Tuesday, Charles received his positive test results a source claimed.
Camila, the Prince Of Wales’ wife, is now quarantined. After she got the test, a statement from Clarence House confirmed that Camilla was not infected with the virus.