The Duchess of Cornwall and her husband, Prince Charles, have been separated for 14 days after the heir to the British throne tested positive for the coronavirus last month.
Although Camilla tested negative for the virus, she had to remain in isolation for 14 days. Both were self-isolating in the couple’s Birkhall Estate in Scotland according to UK regulations. Now, they’ve finally been reunited, People reports.
A royal insider has said that the pair have emotionally supported each other during this trying time, despite being in self-isolation in different parts of their residence.
"Both of them remain in good spirits. There’s a sense of keeping calm and carrying on," the source said.
"The duchess is concerned for him, but she’s aware of his own good spirits and therefore is keeping a close eye on him and mindful of her own situation. She’s upbeat," the insider added.
The couple, who were married on 9 April 2005, will also celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary later this month, according to Hello! Magazine.