Heir To The Throne, Prince Charles, Has Tested Positive For Coronavirus
Further proving that COVID-19 does not discriminate, Prince Charles is the latest high-profile identity to contract the disease.
A statment from Clarence House confirmed the news last night, informing the public the 71-year-old heir to the British throne had tested positive for Coronavirus.
On his status, they said the Prince of Wales was displaying symptoms however remains "in good health," will self-isolating in Balmoral with his wife, Camilla, 72, who tested negative.
While they're unsure how he contracted the disease, people are now on high alert given his public-facing role in the royal family.
"It is not possible to ascertain from whom the prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks," read the statement.
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Prince Charles last had contact with his mother, Queen Elizabeth II on March 12, and as a result she is now isolating with her husband, the Duke Of Edinburgh, in Windsor.
All the best to Charles, we wish him a speedy recovery.
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