No Bock on British-Royals: Why is it on Jamaica protest against Prince William and Duchess Kate
you could have expected that it will come, but in the British royal house, it was apparently nevertheless for a good idea, Queen Grandson Prince William (39) and his wife Herzogin Kate (40) to send a journey through former British colonies to advertise for the 70th throne anniversary of the Queen. There, the two Royals are now always exposed to protests. © Provided by Berliner Kurier Even at your next stop in Jamaica, that should not be different.
Prince Albert II. (64) Monaco has again infected with the Coronavirus. This gave the palace in a statement, , among other things, the "People" magazine is known . The Royal has no symptoms, his state of health give "no reason to worry," says. The 64-year-old continues to work out of isolation and remain "in constant contact with the members of his cabinet, his government and its narrow employees". © imago images / i images Prince Albert II was tested positively on the coronavirus.
Prince Albert II was already infected in March 2020 with Corona
The Royal had already ill in March 2020 to Covid-19. He described the "People" magazine the infection a few months later, although "a very mild case", but had been struggling for a long time after his diagnosis with "moments of pronounced fatigue".
About two weeks ago, Prince Albert II has perceived his last major appointment: He was at the end of March among the guests of the memorial service for the deceased Prinz Philip (1921-2021). Also present was Queen Máxima of the Netherlands (50), her husband King Willem-Alexander (54) and its mother Princess Beatrix (84). The Spanish King Felipe VI. (54) And his wife Letizia (49) also participated as King Philippe (61) and Queen Mathilde of Belgium (49). Also in London at the ceremony was Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (81) and King Carl XVI. Gustaf (75) and Queen Silvia of Sweden (78).
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