Novel coronavirus has affected people’s lives around the world and more than 1,30,000 people have been affected by this. Everyone has been trying their best to protect themselves and also taking proper precautions. The famous Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are no different too regarding the precautions against coronavirus.
Harry, 35, has recently interacted with racecar driver Lewis Hamilton, who had been exposed to COVID-19 two days ago while attending an event with Idris Elba and Sophie Trudeau, the wife of Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who surprisingly have both resulted positive for the novel virus.
“Like everyone, they are taking government advice, and if and when they are specifically made aware of being in contact with someone who has tested positive they will act accordingly,” a royal source shared to the People Magazine.
Sophie Trudeau later shared a photo to Instagram of herself with Hamilton from the event before Prince Harry was seen with him after two days.
On the other hand, a change has been brought in Queen’s diary too amidst this situation. The statement shared that the audiences which were scheduled to take place this week at Buckingham Palace will be held as per the plan which included receiving the Prime Minister, the Commanding Officer of HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH and the Bishop of Hereford as well.
Recently, in their final appearance in the U.K. as the member of Royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry decided not to take along their kid – the 10 months old Archie with them amid the pandemic coronavirus.
They left the kid in Canada and went to meet with scholars at Buckingham Palace where they discussed many things which also included concerns of the pandemic virus, shared one person who was present there.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will officially be out of their royal status on March 31. After that, they would not hold an office at Buckingham Palace as well. However, they faced criticisms to not carry Archie along with them before the real reason was revealed that it was because of the coronavirus threat.
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