Duchess Camilla Tested Negative for COVID-19! Is She Really Safe or Could Develop Symptoms in Upcoming Days?

By 3 months ago

It was quite surprising for us when we found out that Camilla Parker Bowles was tested negative for Coronavirus while her husband Prince Charles was tested positive. Does Camilla have some magical power or will the symptoms start showing later? Only time will tell. For now let’s take a brief look at the life of Camilla Parker Bowles.

Duchess Camilla and Prince Charles are known to have dated in the 70’s for a brief period of time. People were taken aback when the rumours of them dating spread like wildfire. The couple had tied the knot in 2005.

According to the royal biographer the love birds had grown habits which did not complement one another – for example Prince Charles was neat and cleans whereas Camilla Bowles Paker is known to have lived most of her life at liberty of the protocols and rules that restrict the lives of the members of the Royal Family of the United Kingdom.

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Camilla soon developed a way of coping with the pressures of public life given the fact that she is the upcoming queen. Ms Junor said that her saviours have been her family, who keep her feet on the ground, a couple of good friends, and that she is an escape and that she forgets that she is a Duchess. She apparently is very humble and down to earth.

She is known to spend her weekends at her home in Berkshire Ray Mill. The 72 year old Duchess has also given Charles the much required support in the previous year as he had a hard time come to terms with Megxit.

According to the Royal Correspondent Jonny Dymond  Charles and Camilla are currently  self-isolating at the royal mansion Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Even though the house is not that big, but it is big enough for two people to isolate separately.

Sagnik Pramanick

I am a Calcutta-based freelance entertainment writer, with a focus on television and film. In addition to being a content writer, I’m a post grad student of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Calcutta. I have had bylines at The Statesman. I am enormously passionate about the art of storytelling in all forms.