Princess Eugenie’s stepfather in the ICU after a diagnosis of COVID-19 – Royal Central


Princess Eugenie’s stepfather, George Brooksbank, is in intensive care after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

The 71-year-old is said to be in “serious but stable condition”.

George’s wife Nicola, 66, has also tested positive for the deadly virus but is isolated at home.

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One of Eugenie’s friends and her husband, Jack’s friends, said: “This is a traumatic time for Jack and Eugenie. George is very sick, but the whole family has come together to help. “

Another friend said, “They are extremely grateful for the excellent care he has received. They think of all the other families who are affected the same way right now. “

A family spokesman declined to comment when approached by the Mail.

It is not known the last time that Princess Eugenie and her husband were around Mr. and Mrs. Brooksbank.

However, she and her husband delivered supplies to NHS staff at hospitals in London and Berkshire alongside Sarah, the Duchess of York, to help those who sacrifice to keep everyone healthy. They delivered packages including cleaning supplies, food and toothpaste.

Of course, Princess Eugenie’s uncle, the Prince of Wales, was diagnosed with COVID-19 last month after showing mild symptoms and was isolated at his home in Birkhall for seven days alongside the Duchess of Cornwall. He has now come out of isolation with Clarence House saying he is “in good health”.


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