Prince Charles has been spending time in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.
Having left London for the Balmoral estate, Prince Charles was in Scotland when he discovered he had coronavirus. As such, the prince has been quarantined in his Birkhall residence, while his wife, Duchess Camilla, has been self-isolating in a separate wing of the building.
The Duke of Cornwall has continued to carry out official engagements despite his diagnosis. Earlier this week, Charles helped to open London's first coronavirus field hospital, but he did so virtually, from the comfort of Birkhall. As well as delivering a supportive video message, the prince gave fans a glimpse at the decor inside his Scottish residence.
Charles has several family photos on display in the room he is working from, including a sweet snap taken with his sons, Prince William and Prince Harry.
“It is symbolic of the selfless care and devoted service taking place in innumerable settings, with countless individuals, throughout the United Kingdom.”— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) April 3, 2020
The Prince of Wales today opened the new NHS @NightingaleLDN hospital via video link from his home in Scotland. 🏥📱 pic.twitter.com/n7t5IYlX41
The photo was originally released to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday, and was featured on some commemorative stamps.
Also visible in the room were photos of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, and the Queen Mother. Prince Charles might be in isolation for now, but he's surrounded by photos of his nearest and dearest.
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