Kensington Palace has announced that the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has put herself in domestic self-isolation after a contact in recent days with a person who tested positive for Covid-19. Maybe it happened at Wembley Stadium. For now, Kate would be fine and have no symptoms.
In the UK, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, she got in self-isolation because she came into close contact with a person who tested positive for Covid-19.
He made it known Kensington Palace. For the moment it has not been specified with whom the contact took place, but only that there was last week.
It could have happened, therefore, during the Wimbledon tournament, which the Duchess has attended in recent days.
Kate in preventive quarantine, without symptoms
Kate was a Wembley twice, the first of which with her husband, William, and to the eldest son, George, on the occasion of the European football championship.
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It seems, however, that neither the husband nor the firstborn were exposed to any potential contagion.
According to the Middleton spokesperson, Kate has no symptoms, but still decided to observe the home quarantine, in compliance with the guidelines decided by the British government, giving up some institutional presences planned for the English Crown.
William will attend some events alone
Therefore the Prince William he will participate alone in the celebrations for the seventy-three years of the National Health Service.
The Duke of Cambridge, in fact, with his wife he should have followed a thanksgiving ceremony at Saint Paul Cathedral. He will then hold a tea a Buckingham Palace.
Meanwhile, after the inauguration of the statue dedicated to Lady Diana, the younger brother Harry he has already returned to California. It seems that there is always frost between him and William.
At the same time, however, a family bereavement would also take place for Meghan: his paternal uncle passed away recently Michael Markle, 82 years old.