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Queen health fears: Queen infection from Prince Charles cannot be ruled out - shock claim


PRINCE CHARLES may have been infectious when he last met the Queen, according to a shock claim from a royal insider, raising concern about the monarch's health

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ITV's royal correspondent Chris Ship said it was "too close for comfort" (Image: GETTY)

ITV's royal correspondent Chris Ship said it was "too close for comfort" to suggest that Prince Charles became infectious just 12 hours after he met the Queen. Prince Charles contracted the coronavirus after suffering from mild symptoms since last weekend. He tested positive for the virus on Tuesday and has been in strict quarantine ever since.
There was initial panic that Prince Charles may have infected his mother Queen Elizabeth II.
Charles, who is 71, last met with the Queen on 12th March — only a day before palace medical advisers said it was possible that he became infectious with the virus.
However, it was not clear how the advisors arrived at that assessment and the palace declined to identify the members of the royal medical team. 
Royal expert Lizzie Robinson, from ITV, echoed this, saying that Prince Charles became infectious only a day after seeing the Queen.
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Ship insisted that you cannot rule out that the heir to the British throne was infectious before this (Image: GETTY)
Robinson said: "He saw the Queen briefly on the 12th, and that evening he was at an fundraiser, a relief effort around the Australia bush fires.
"Pictures from that dinner show that the room was absolutely ram-packed full of people, with people surrounding him.
"But people are saying the 13th is a key date because doctors say he was unlikely to be infectious until the 13th."
Despite this, Ship insisted that you cannot rule out that the heir to the British throne was infectious in his last meeting with the Queen. 
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A spokesman for the Queen said the monarch “remains in good health" (Image: GETTY)
 
He told listeners to ITV's Royal Rota: "It is only a day's difference! The day before he was at Buckingham Palace, he was seeing the Queen.
"12 to 24 hours later he becomes infectious. I don't think you can rule out on medical grounds that he wasn't infectious on the 12th when he saw the Queen.
" A little too close for comfort for me."
Source: OLI SMITH - Express UK

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