The Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla was tested positive for Covid-19 mere four days later after husband Prince Charles contracted the infection, revealed the office of the couple this Monday.

The Clarence House issued a statement saying Camilla has gone under self-isolation after her test came positive.

Prince Charles has already been in isolation since Thursday when he confirmed that he has contracted the virus – yet again!

Prince Charles contracted Covid-19 earlier in March 2020 during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.

Prince Charles and Camilla are both triple-vaccinated.

Camilla has been performing her public engagements while her tests were being conducted on a daily basis.

It is believed that Prince Charles met Queen Elizabeth II last week at Windsor Castle days before contracting the virus. Buckingham Palace has not revealed whether the 95-years-old Queen has been tested positive but it was made to the public that no symptoms have been witnessed.

Prince Charles is 73-years-old whereas Camilla is 74-years-old. Queen Elizabeth II reached the milestone of completing 70 glorious years on the throne on 6th February 2022 and marked her platinum jubilee with grace. At this historic moment, the queen expressed her wish of Camilla becoming Queen Consort after Prince Charles will take over the throne as the king.

The announcement from the Queen brought a major vote of confidence for Camilla who had been struggling hard to fit into her role of the wife of Prince Charles after being shunned by people all across the world for destroying the marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

Prince Charles married Camilla in 2005. The British people have warmed up to Camilla but the struggle has been real and very long. Camilla’s down-to-earth style and other graceful attributes won the hearts of many.

At the moment Camilla is looking after approximately 100 charities that mainly focus on diverse issues such as domestic violence victims, literacy rate, old-age benefits, etc.

This is the first time the Duchess of Cornwall contracted the virus but is said to be doing fairly well with no serious symptoms.