Queen Elizabeth II’s youngest daughter-in-law Sophie, Countess of Wessex has taken the choice to self-isolate after coming in contact with somebody who evaluated positive for coronavirus today. This was announced by Buckingham Palace on Friday.
Buckingham Palace launched a statement on Friday. “Previously this week The Countess of Wessex came into contact with somebody who has actually subsequently evaluated favorable for COVID-19 Her Royal Highness is not experiencing any signs, but is following all pertinent federal government standards and is self-isolating in the house.”
The 55- year-old royal will self-isolate at her Bagshot Park house in Surrey, according to Hey There! publication. Sophie Wessex lives in the estate together with her other half Prince Edward and their kids Lady Louis and James, Viscount Severn.
Sophie’s last public appearance was at the Virgin Cash London Marathon on Sunday.
He was able to complete his first-ever marathon with support from the countess.
” It was an honour to sign up with Tomas even simply for a small part of his triumph today, as he finishes the virtual London Marathon in assistance of Mencap.
She is not the only member of the royal household who was required to self-isolate throughout the pandemic this year. In March, Prince Chares checked favorable for coronavirus, and had mild symptoms.
His wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was also evaluated for the virus, but her results were negative. As a preventative measure and under government guidance, she likewise self-isolated at their Scottish house, Birkhall.