Prince Charles may have exposed the Queen to COVID during recent visit

News broke earlier today that Prince Charles has tested positive for COVID. Sources say the Prince of Wales has recently met with the Queen.

Earlier today, Clarence House confirmed that Prince Charles has tested positive for COVID. The prince is not believed to be experiencing severe symptoms and is said to be self-isolating for a minimum of five days.

In recent developments, a source has just revealed that the Prince of Wales and the Queen are believed to have recently met. Did Prince Charles expose the Queen to COVID?

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When did Prince Charles meet with the Queen?

According to sources, the prince held an investiture at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, 8 February, where Her Majesty is currently staying. It is not yet known whether HRH actually met with the Queen on that day, nor when their last close contact was. It is widely known that the prince usually greets his mother with a kiss on the hand and a kiss on the cheek.

What is the Queen's health situation?

At this time, Buckingham Palace is refusing to confirm whether the Queen is displaying any COVID symptoms or whether she has tested positive.

The source has however confirmed that the Queen's health will continue to be monitored, but no public announcements will be made.

The Queen received her first jab in January 2021. We have no official records of her second and third jab.

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