Info – The prince Charles tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) – prince Charles, prince of Wales, Camilla Parker Bowles, duchess of Cornwall, During the Award ceremony Birthday of the Queen for Higher and Further Education at Buckingham Palace, London. On February 20, 2020.
By Pauline Laforgue
updated 08 may 2020 at 16h14
Friday, 8 may, prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles have made a small departure from the containment to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second world War.
An event that they wanted to celebrate in spite of the situation. Friday, may 8, many european countries have commemorated the end of the Second world War, and the pandemic of sars coronavirus continues to make many victims. If the rallies were not called for, some leaders have decided to celebrate this day in a small group. In the uk, Elizabeth II will deliver a speech on tv, the fifth of his reign, to pay tribute to the victims, while airplanes have flown over in the morning Buckingham Palace.
But those who have made a small departure from the containment are not other than prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. Confined, in Scotland, in their mansion of Birkhall, the royal couple observed two minutes of silence in front of a monument to the dead near Balmoral, where the prince laid a wreath of flowers, while his wife left a bouquet with a note. A moving scene, punctuated by the sound of the bagpipes, for the couple who has celebrated the 9th of April last his 15 years of marriage with an adorable photo unedited.
“It is a strange experience of not being able to talk to his loved ones”
The opportunity to see that prince Charles is now completely healed, he who had contracted the coronavirus, and that on the 1st of last April, delivered his first reaction after his recovery. “After having contracted the coronavirus, and have had mild symptoms, I feel better now but I have always kept my distance social”, had started the prince of Wales, and continued : “It is a strange experience of not being able to talk to his relatives (…) In this time of anxiety, my wife and I have a thought for all those who have lost someone (…) and to all those who must suffer the disease, an isolation (…) There are always neighbors, caregivers and volunteers to help these people but also the professionals.”
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