Charles and Camilla vow not to let coronavirus stop them performing royal duties


CHARLES and Camilla are the latest royals to have vowed not to let the coronavirus outbreak stop them performing duties.

The couple are going ahead with a ten-day tour this month including virus-hit Bosnia and Jordan.

Charles and Camilla have vowed not to be deterred from duties by coronavirus
The Queen will go ahead with garden parties in May despite the coronavirus outbreak

Government officials are discussing how best to protect the royal family from the outbreak.
The Queen is planning to go ahead with garden parties in May when the virus is expected to be at its peak.

Charles and Camilla will fly to Bosnia next week.

The Balkan country has recorded its first two coronavirus cases this week.

They fly to Cyprus then Jordan – where a man is in isolation with the virus after returning from Italy.

A Clarence House spokesman said: “We are following government advice.” The Queen wore gloves for the first time during an investiture handing out gongs at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday.

Kate and William joked “we’re spreading coronavirus, sorry” when speaking to paramedics at the Guinness factory in Dublin.