The Royal Family has been steadily adopting precautionary measures to forestall members from contracting the lethal coronavirus, with the Queen set to depart London for her annual Easter break in Windsor per week earlier. The Authorities has suggested anybody over the age of 70 ought to restrict their social interactions and keep residence as a lot as attainable, however one senior working royal is now anticipated to proceed working all through the pandemic. Talking to ITV’s Lorraine, the Every day Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers urged Princess Anne will “proceed together with her obligation” as she is but to show 70.
Mr Myers mentioned: “She shouldn’t be 70 but.
“She could also be one of many public faces and proceed her obligation.”
Princess Anne, the Queen and Prince Philip’s solely daughter, is taken into account to be one of many hardest working members of the Royal Household.
The princess is because of flip 70 in August and has continued to attend public occasions regardless of rising considerations giant gatherings may assist additional unfold the coronavirus.
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On Monday Anne attended The British Horse Society’s Nationwide Conference, on the Addington Equestrian Centre, Addington, Buckingham.
The next day, the Princess Royal took half in a Luncheon on the Honourable Society of Grey’s Inn.
Her continued energetic obligation comes as Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen would transfer up her transfer to Windsor by one week.
In a short assertion, a spokesperson for the monarch mentioned: “Her Majesty will transfer to Windsor Fort for the Easter interval on Thursday 19 March, one week sooner than deliberate.
“It’s doubtless the Queen will keep there past the Easter interval.”
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