Prince William ‘had a corona virus in April but kept it a secret’

Prince William 'had a corona virus in April but kept it a secret'
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Rins William tested positive for the corona virus in April but kept the disease a secret because he did not want to bother anyone.

The Duke of Cambridge has been isolated after a family home in Norfolk became infected with the virus after being treated by doctors and following government guidelines. The sun Reports.

When contacted Sunday, Kensington Palace declined to comment but did not deny the report.

Many media outlets were aware of his condition at the time, but the news caused a stir today as Kensington Palace led the charge.

It is not clear why Kensington Palace is secretly keeping a positive test because it has received information that Prince Vince is infected with the virus.

The Sun reported that William had made 14 telephone and video call interactions in April.

William said he had not told anyone about his positive test result because “important things are happening and I do not want to upset anyone” and “he decided it should be business as usual”.

The fact that the Duke of Cambridge was able to continue his engagement meant that any symptoms of Covid-19 would be mild.



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The Prince of Wales was aboard the ship in March when Prime Minister Boris Johnson sought treatment in the intensive care unit in April following an infection with the corona virus.

Charles was separated from the Duchess of Cornwall, who experimented with negativity and self-isolation for 14 days, with mild symptoms – and worked at the couple’s Scottish retreat Birkhal in Aberdeenshire.

The royal couple reunited in early April, just before their 15th wedding anniversary.

In his first public engagement after recovering from mild symptoms, Charles revealed that he had lost his taste and smell when he had the corona virus.

He spoke of his personal experience with Covid-19, and by mid-June he had met face-to-face with frontline NHS staff and key workers.

Additional reporting by PA Media.

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