Kate Middleton in solitary confinement: all royal commitments canceled

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Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum
Kate Middleton, a (flawless) Duchess at the museum

No real commitments, no public outings. Kate Middleton, who along with her husband William regularly underwent Covid-19 vaccine inoculations, went into solitary confinement. “Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge is came into contact with a person who then tested positive for CoronavirusA spokesperson for Kensington Palace explained, without specifying whether or not this person is part of Kate Middleton’s entourage. “His Royal Highness has no symptoms, but he is strictly following government guidelines, with one home quarantineMiddleton’s spokesperson continued, sparking gossip that the Duchess may have come into contact with a positive last week at Wembley.

Kate Middleton has been to Wembley twice, the first of which with her husband, William, and eldest son, George. It seems, however, that the men of the house have not been exposed to any potential contagion. Thus, on Monday, Prince William will participate alone in the celebrations for the seventy-three years of the National Health Service. The Duke of Cambridge, who with his wife was supposed to attend a thanksgiving ceremony at Saint Paul Cathedral, will then hold tea at Buckingham Palace.

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