From Harper’s BAZAAR
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge reportedly self-quarantined their country estate in Anmer Hall amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
- Sandringham’s residence was a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth II to the royal couple after their 2011 wedding.
- Prince William continues correspondence with his father, Prince Charles, as the heir to the throne has contracted the novel coronavirus.
The Cambridges are crumbling as the UK continues to fight the coronavirus crisis.
Ever since Prime Minister Boris Johnson imposed a blockade on England in an attempt to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, the royal family has been following government instructions to stay home and self-quarantine.
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William’s father, Prince Charles, currently resides in Birkhall, his Balmoral estate in Scotland, with his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. Today it has been confirmed that Charles has actually contracted COVID-19 and will remain in solitary confinement for the next two weeks. Doctors said, however, that the heir to the throne “remains healthy”.
As for the queen, the 93-year-old monarch is currently at Windsor Castle with her husband, Prince Philip, while paying attention to the global pandemic.