Kate Middleton with William and his three children, George, Charlotte and Louis, he left London to move to Anmer Hall, the country house in Norfolk, wedding gift of Queen Elizabeth.
The Dukes of Cambridge preferred move to the countryside where they will experience the period of isolation due to the health emergency that has also affected Great Britain. The departure from the capital, however, does not result in a decrease in responsibility on the part of William and Kate in supporting the subjects in this difficult moment.
Lady Middleton and consort have shown their commitment and their solidarity by visiting the volunteers of a call center, committed to fighting the spread of the infection. This made them very close to the population, unlike Meghan Markle and Harry who have now lost the trust of the people after their decision to leave the Monarchy and Great Britain. Among other things, the Prince has received an absolute ban on returning to Britain from his father, a ban that comes directly from his wife, Meghan.
Even from the country house, therefore, William and Kate will be completely at the service of Her Majesty, while the latter is at Windsor Castle with her husband Filippo who arrived by helicopter.
Charles instead, coronavirus positive, he is being treated in isolation at Balmoral, in his Scottish mansion. The Prince has only mild symptoms. It is not clear who infected it, but it was speculated that it could have been Albert of Monaco, also positive, because the two met on March 10 in a meeting in London (look at the infected celebrities).
In this regard, Alberto intervened to tell its truth and to Stéphane Bern's microphones on RTL, as reported by the magazine Closer, stated that it is unlikely who transmitted the virus to Carlo: “We didn't shake hands and we only said goodbye from afar. I don't think I can be accused of having infected him. There were many people at the convention center. There were many opportunities to contract him. “
Meanwhile, Alberto's health is improving: “I no longer have a fever. All I have left is a cough. “