Princess Eugenie got married to Jack Brooksbank in October 2018, but the couple is facing a challenging time amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Richard Eden at the Daily Mail reported that Jack’s father, 71-year-old George Brooksbank, is currently in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus. Per a source, George’s condition is described as “serious but stable.” George’s wife, Nicola, reportedly also has COVID-19, “but has been recuperating at home.”
A source told Eden, “It’s a traumatic time for Jack and Eugenie… George has been very sick but the whole family has been rallying round to help.” The source continued, “They are hugely grateful for the excellent care that he has been receiving. They are thinking of all the other families who are being similarly affected at this time.” No further details are available at this time.
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Prince Charles was the first member of the British royal family to test positive for coronavirus, after leaving London for his Birkhall residence in Scotland. The prince has since started making a recovery, and has continued to work from home during quarantine. Delivering a video message from his home, Charles said, “Having recently gone through the process of contracting this coronavirus—luckily, with relatively mild symptoms—I now find myself on the other side of the illness, but still in no less a state of social distance and general isolation.”
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