- Prince William's wife, Kate Middleton may have been exposed to someone who tested positive for coronavirus
- As a precautionary measure, the Duchess of Cambridge is being forced into self-isolation at the royal residence for 10 days
- The British royal who began self-isolating on Friday, July 2, after attending royal engagements has received both of her Covid jabs
This was revealed on Monday, July 5, by a Kensington Palace spokesperson, saying the mother of three is not experiencing any symptoms.
According to the statement, Kate is following all relevant British government guidelines and will be self-isolating at home for 10 days.
Prince William's wife's precautionary measure comes a few days after her visit to Wimbledon as patron of the All England Lawn Tennis Club. She went on a tour to meet the staff at the club's museum and Centre Court kitchen, Evening Standard reports.
On Friday, July 2, the British royal also sat with former tennis star Tim Henman to watch a doubles tennis match.
The 39-year-old who has received both of her Covid vaccines was due to attend a service with her husband but had to cancel all public engagements.
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Prince Charles tests positive for Covid
Recall back in 2020, Charles, the Prince of Wales and heir apparent to the British royal throne tested positive for coronavirus with reports saying he had many engagements.
The prince developed mild symptoms when he was tested on Monday, March 23, 2020, and the result came out late Tuesday, March 24, 2020.
Prince Harry, William put feud aside as they reunite to unveil statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace
It was not clear from where he caught the virus and reports stated it is impossible to know the source because of the engagements he had in weeks before his results came out.
Princess Diana’s last wish for Williams and Harry
Simone Simmons, the late princess' trusted psychic and friend, reportedly said that the princes had promised to keep their mother's wishes.
In an updated edition of royal historian Robert Lacey's book “Battle of Brothers”, Simmons says that Diana told Will and Harry to promise never to let anyone get between them.
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