The news of Prince Charles, the first member from the royal family to test positive for Coronavirus came as a shock to many and now, according to latest reports, his youngest son Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle have gone under self–isolation in order to stop the virus from spreading further. Also Read - Prince Charles Tests Positive For Coronavirus, 'Displaying Mild Symptoms,' Says Buckingham Palace
Although it is being said that Prince Harry wanted to see his father after the unfortunate news but had to go into self-isolation as per the need of this crucial time. As per U.K. media correspondent Neil Sean told Fox News, Prince Harry wanted to visit his father at the palace but did not travel after he was told so by the patriarch. According to a report, both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently in Canada in self-quarantine. Also Read - Prince Charles Visits Bangla Sahib Gurdwara on Gurpurab, Tries Flipping Chapatis as Part of Seva
A source close to the couple revealed that during the time of self-isolation, Meghan Markle is keeping herself busy by cooking, video calling with her family and friends, and painting. Also Read - UK's Prince Charles to Visit India on November 13, His 10th Official Visit to the Country
Confirming the news of Prince Charles being COVID-19 positive, Clarence House in a statement said,”The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Coronavirus. He has been displaying mild symptoms but otherwise remains in good health and has been working from home throughout the last few days as usual.”
Prince Charles has been infected with coronavirus with mild symptoms. However, his wife Camillia has tested negative. A few days ago, Queen Elizabeth II moved from Buckingham Palace to House of Windsor after their house service was diagnosed with COVID-19.
The deadly coronavirus has taken more than 13,000 lives across the world and has infected more than 3 lakh people. The worst-hit countries by the viral are China and Italy. Other nations like Germany, United States and UK has also been affected badly.