Prince William Examined Optimistic for COVID-19 in April: Stories

Prince William BBC News and other UK media outlets reported Sunday November 1st, citing sources from Kensington Palace, that they tested positive for COVID-19 in April.

The 38-year-old Duke of Cambridge, third on the British throne, unlike his father, kept his diagnosis a secret. Prince Charles, who announced its own positive COVID-19 test in March, the reports said.

When NBC News reached Kensington Palace on Sunday night, he did not confirm or deny the reports on William.

In the past few months he and his wife have Kate Middleton were socially distant at their family home, Anm Hall, in Norfolk, England.

In late March, weeks after the coronavirus pandemic began, Charles announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and had mild symptoms. The 71-year-old has since recovered.

British Prime Minister Boris JohnsonThe 56-year-old was diagnosed with the coronavirus around the same time and spent a week in the hospital, including time in the intensive care unit.

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