August 8, 2022

Review and News

Round 936,000 folks in England had Covid final week, in step with authentic knowledge

The Queen, Prince Harry, Princess Anne and The Duchesses of Cornwall, Cambridge and Sussex have...

The Queen, Prince Harry, Princess Anne and The Duchesses of Cornwall, Cambridge and Sussex have never publicly shared results of a positive Covid test. Of the Queen’s children, grandchildren and their partners only Prince Charles, Prince William and Sir Timothy Laurence are the only that are believed to have contracted Covid-19.
Prince Charles: March 2020

In 2020, Charles was last seen with the Queen on March 9 before contracting Covid. He saw her again on March 12 – 24 hours before his doctor claims he became contagious. Her Majesty did not test postivie

The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Covid-19 the second time, after he first tested positive in March 2020.
 In March 2020, Charles said he has a ‘mild’ form of the illness, after contracting it while on the Balmoral estate with his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Camilla tested negative and is without any symptoms of the virus.
The Queen and Prince Philip, who died in April 2021, had left the Scottish estate and headed to Windsor Castle.  A royal source said at the time Charles’ doctor’s most conservative estimate was that the prince was contagious on March 13 – 24 hours after ‘briefly’ meeting  the Queen.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: ‘Her Majesty remains in good health. The Queen is following all the appropriate advice with regard to her welfare’.
Prince William: April 2020

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge wear face masks during a visit to Beigel Bake Brick Lane Bakery on September 15, 2020 in London

See also  Carolyn Hax: We didn’t invite our sister on our time out. Are we jerks?

Prince William secretly battled coronavirus in April 2020 – days after his father Prince Charles contracted it – and was left ‘struggling to breathe’.
The Duke of Cambridge, 39, is believed to have kept his illness private so not to alarm the public which were then confronted with a spiralling number of daily deaths. The news emerged he had fought the virus in November 2020.
He caught the virus in the darkest days of the pandemic after the Prince of Wales and Boris Johnson fell ill.
At the time up to a thousand Britons were dying of Covid-19 each day and there had been more than 50,000 cases.
The Duke was treated by palace physicians and quarantined at the family home of Anmer Hall in Norfolk. His wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, did not fall ill or test positive for the virus, it is understood.
That month, William continued working and made 14 telephone and video calls despite sources revealing he was rocked by the disease.
 Sir Timothy Laurence

Princess Anne and husband Sir Timothy Laurence, pictured at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at Windsor Castle in May 2018. Sir Timothy has contracted Covid-19

Princess Anne’s husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence tested postive for Covid in December 2021 – meaning the couple missed out on Christmas Day with the Queen   
MailOnline confirmed that the 66-year-old retired Royal Navy Vice Admiral was recovering from the virus at the Gatcombe Park estate he shares with the Princess Royal. 
Aides said Anne is also isolating at the estate in Gloucestershire but did not test positive.
 The insider said: ‘It’s true, Covid is unfortunately on the estate. It means therefore that those in the Royal Household are having to isolate for the time being.’
Anne’s daughter Zara Tindall and her husband Mike Tindall also live on the estate with their three children, but are believed to have remained virus free.
Peter Phillips, Anne’s son, and his ex-partner Autumn Phillips also live on the estate with their children. 

See also  NYC eating places cheer lifting of COVID vaccine mandate


Queen’s Covid scare shows ‘glaring issues at the heart of the monarchy’ insider claims appeared first on