Camilla Parker Bowles ends isolation just in time for anniversary from Prince Charles


By Zach Harper

This Thursday will be very sweet for the Cornwalls!
Duchess Camilla right finished self-isolation in Birkhall, the house she and prince charles share on the Royal familyit is Balmoral real estate in Scotland – just in time for their wedding anniversary!

The Duchess of Cornwall had become self-isolated following the positive reaction of her husband
COVID-19 test in March. The Prince of Wales has since recovered from coronavirusand ended his isolation after seven days, which is in line with current UK health recommendations. Camilla, however, remained isolated for an additional week.

Charles and Camilla pose for a photo in the white living room of Windsor Castle after their wedding on April 9, 2005. Photo: © Hugo Burnand / Pool / Getty Images

The two are probably very happy to see each other again, and that will likely make their 15th anniversary on April 9 even sweeter. Not only will they celebrate their wedding this weekend, which falls on Maundy Thursday, but they will also have the opportunity to spend
Easter together.

Charles continued to work in Birkhall in isolation while he recovered from his coronavirus infection, which, luckily, caused him only mild symptoms. On April 3, he appeared by video link with
help open NHS Nightingale Hospital in London, which will treat COVID-19 patients. He thanked first responders and NHS volunteers in some remarks while doing the honors.

Two days earlier, the future king
appeared in another video shot at Birkhall, in which he discussed what it was like to have COVID-19.

“I now find myself on the other side of the disease, but still in a state of social distance and general isolation,” he said.

“As we all learn, it is a strange, frustrating and often painful experience when the presence of family and friends is no longer possible and the normal structures of life are suddenly removed.

“At an unprecedented and anxious time in our lives, my wife and I are especially thinking of all those who have lost their loved ones in very difficult and abnormal circumstances, and those who must endure illness, isolation and loneliness . “

Charles is not the only royal to talk about COVID-19 this week. April 5,
the Queen made a rare address of
Windsor Castle, in which she stressed that the world will beat the coronavirus by working together and remaining united in the fight against the virus.

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“This time, we join all the nations of the world in a common endeavor, using the great advances of science and our instinctive compassion to heal. We will succeed – and that success will belong to each of us, ”she said.

“We should be reassured because if we have more to endure, better days will come again: we will be with our friends again, we will be with our families again, we will see each other again. But for now, I send my thanks and best wishes to everyone. “

As of this writing, Johns Hopkins University of Medicine says there have been nearly 1,300,000 cases of COVID-19 in 183 countries and regions. The disease has caused more than 70,000 deaths worldwide. More than 270,000 people have also recovered from COVID-19.

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