The isolation rules also apply to the British royals.
Duchess Kate (39) has to go into quarantine for several days after contact with a person who tested positive for the coronavirus.
The wife of Queen’s grandson Prince William (39) had no symptoms, Kensington Palace announced on Monday in London. Kate obey all government regulations and isolate herself at home.
“Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge came into contact with someone who later tested positive for the corona virus,” the palace said.
▶ ︎ Where exactly Kate had contact with the person who tested positive remains open.
Kate was at the German European Championship round of 16 in the stadium
But the fact is: Your last public appointment so far was a visit to the tennis tournament in Wimbledon on Friday. She had toured the grounds and the Wimbledon Museum, talked to employees and watched a game together with ex-tennis player Tim Henman (46).
And: Kate also followed the European Championship round of 16 between England and Germany on Tuesday at Wembley Stadium.
The Duchess – like her husband – has so far received at least one vaccination against the corona virus. William was sick with Corona in spring 2020 – allegedly more seriously – his father Prince Charles (72) was also infected with the virus at the time.
Kate had to cancel all appointments due to her isolation and missed two events in honor of the National Health Service (NHS) on Monday.
Together with William, the Duchess wanted to attend a service in St. Paul’s Cathedral and a reception in Buckingham Palace.
According to the specifications, the future king does not have to isolate himself and will keep the appointments without his wife.