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The Queen Consort has tested positive for Covid and cancelled all her engagements for the week, Buckingham Palace says.

While she was supposed to spend Valentine’s Day away from King Charles III to visit a famous dance school located in the West Midlands county, Camilla Parker Bowles, suffering from Covid-19, was forced to cancel her commitments, as reported by the “Daily Mail”.

A last minute setback. Expected this Tuesday, February 14 in the West Midlands to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Elmhurst Ballet School, an illustrious school that trains future star dancers, Camilla Parker Bowles saw her plans fall through. “The Queen Consort is suffering from a ‘seasonal illness’ – palace-speak for a cough or cold – and has cancelled her engagements tomorrow in the West Midlands (which will be rescheduled),” Rebecca English, a reporter for the Daily Mail, revealed on Twitter on Monday, February 13. And that Buckingham Palace clarified a little later that she was suffering from Covid-19 and that she was cancelling her trips for the week.

Faced with this news, many Internet users have wished a good recovery to the wife of Charles III. “Hoping that Her Majesty feels better soon,” wrote one of them. “Wishing Her Majesty a speedy recovery,” commented another. But this news has certainly greatly distressed also the main interested party: Camilla. Indeed, a great lover of dance, it sponsors this school since 2006. As a reminder, the mother-in-law of Princes William and Harry was to visit the establishment to see the new features, take an official photo with the little rats and finally go to the town of Telford to inaugurate the brand new library of the town.

Camilla surprise juror of a famous dance show?

Many members of the British Crown are fans of the show Strictly Come Dancing, the English Dancing with the Stars. Thus, Camilla Parker Bowles has already gone on the set of the program to improvise as a juror! “She loves the show, she even went to see the set! It was wonderful. She sat on the jury, held a pen and got involved. She met all the cast members. It’s an honor to have royal fans among our viewers,” Tess Daly, co-host of the program, told Hello! magazine. Lady Louise Windsor, granddaughter of the late Queen Elizabeth II, and her mother, the Countess of Wessex, have also previously attended the popular show.

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