The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have already urged people to get vaccinated against Covid, saying it was ‘really important’.
Prince William said in February that the adoption had been ‘amazing’ but added: ‘We have to keep it going so that the younger generations also feel that it is really important for them to have it. “
Speaking during a video call with two women who have been protecting themselves since last March due to health complications, the Duchess added: “I hope [the vaccine] comes as a huge relief at the end.
“I know there might be anxiety and worry leading to it, but I hope for all of you it will add some normalcy to your life and to your confidence in you and us. move towards spring, that would be great. ”
Kensington Palace did not say which vaccine was given to the royal couple, but since they are under 40, they will be entitled to the Pfizer or Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
Prince William contracted the coronavirus in April 2020, just days after his father, Prince Charles, announced he had Covid-19, and shortly after Boris Johnson was also stricken with it, but the public was only informed later because he did not want to alarm her. .