Discussion in 'Celebrity and Entertainment News' started by Tricia, Jan 19, 2020.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte will now be home-schooled over coronavirus fears
Coronavirus: Princess Beatrice cancels Buckingham Palace wedding reception
''Princess Beatrice has cancelled her planned wedding reception in the Buckingham Palace Gardens because of the coronavirus.
A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said Beatrice and her fiance, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, are carefully considering government advice before deciding whether a private marriage might take place.''
Poor Beatrice, feel so sorry for her.
Poor girl, what a crappy year 2020 is for the royals (and everyone else!)
She will be fine. The health and safety of her, her family, wedding guests, and staff is what's important during a pandemic.
Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Share Coronavirus Response Plans on Instagram
"We are all in this together, and as a global community we can support each other through this process—and build a digital neighbourhood that feels safe for every one of us."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have wrapped up their final public appearances together as senior working royals, but that doesn't mean they're stepping back from the public eye entirely.
Today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a new post on their Instagram specifically responding to the crisis of the COVID-19 outbreak. The post features an image of the quote "This moment is as true a testament there is to the human spirit," accompanied by their personal logo, and includes a lengthy caption describing how the couple plans to respond to the outbreak in the coming days.
It's been a particularly bad year for them and it's still only March.
We need a nice bit of royal wedding dresses, tiaras and fancy frocks to make up for all this gloom. Hopefully all the brokenhearted and disappointed brides can have their day when this is all over.
I read their post on Instagram and if they are in Canada are supposed to STILL be in self-isolation. Maybe they should be telling us how they are self-isolating and MM can answer why she increased the chances of spreading the virus to her baby, Archie by travelling when she didn't have to.
They can also assure us Canadians that they won't be crossing the border either way.
No exceptions for them.
The Queen carries out private engagement at Buckingham Palace
The Queen held a private audience at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, before she begins her Easter break early amid the coronavirus pandemic. Her Majesty, 93, received Commodore Steven Moorhouse (outgoing Commanding Officer, HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH) and Captain Angus Essenhigh (incoming Commanding Officer) in her private audience room at the palace.
The monarch was dressed in a royal blue shift dress with her signature pearl necklace and Queen Mary's Russian diamond and sapphire brooch. There were no handshakes – only bows from the officers during the meeting. Audiences are brief, one-on-one meetings which happen regularly throughout the Queen's working week.
Everything ship shape gentlemen? The Queen meets the outgoing and new captains of her namesake HMS Queen Elizabeth warship during last of her Buckingham Palace meetings before she self-isolates at Windsor Castle
Queen hosts her last Buckingham Palace meeting before self-isolation | Daily Mail Online
Prince William breaks his silence on coronavirus pandemic | Daily Mail Online
Prince William has broken his silence amid the coronavrius pandemic and praised the UK's 'unique ability' to pull together whenever and wherever adversity strikes.
The Kensington Royal Twitter account shared a video of the Duke of Cambridge, 38, giving a speech, where he can be heard saying: 'The way that local communities support those affected shows the very best of our values and human nature.'
In the video, Prince William continues: 'The public’s desire to help in the wake of tragedy needs to me managed and channelled in the best possible way which is why the establishment of the National Emergencies Trust was so important.'
'I said at its launch last year that I dreaded the day when it would be needed.
Prince William and Kate Will Completely Revamp Their Work In Response to Coronavirus
Is it me, or is that dude leaning over because his ribbons are too heavy????????
Three highly decorated & highly respected individuals.
God save the Queen!
There haven't been any local sightings and pretty sure they would have been outed if they were out and about, people are taking the stay home message pretty serious in BC (we have highest # of cases in Canada right now) and everyone knows these 2 plus their staff have been out of the country recently. They are stuck here at the moment, even if they found a way to fly out of Canada, they don't meet any of the exception requirements to get back in. It's a good thing they got back when they did or else they would have been apart from Archie even longer...
A message from Prince William.
Watch: Prince William Releases Video Message Amid Coronavirus
Prince William will 'step in for Queen and Prince Charles' amid a coronavirus crisis plan that could see Prince Harry resume his senior role and Princess Beatrice promoted to 'Counsellor of State', royal experts claim
Prince William will 'step in for Queen and Prince Charles' amid coronavirus crisis plan, say experts | Daily Mail Online
Buckingham Palace confirms that the state visit by the Emperor and Empress of Japan will no longer go ahead as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
Buckingham Palace releases update on the Queen following coronavirus pandemic
The monarch is moving to Windsor Castle on Thursday
The upcoming state visit by the Emperor and Empress of Japan will no longer go ahead, in light of the coronavirus pandemic. An official statement released on behalf of the Queen reads: "After consultation with Her Majesty's Government and the Government of Japan, Her Majesty The Queen has agreed that, in the current circumstances, the planned State Visit to the United Kingdom in Spring 2020 by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan should be postponed. The State Visit will be rescheduled at a later date."
The Queen leaves London for Windsor Castle retreat: Faithful Dorgi joins 93-year-old monarch as she heads to royal estate to sit out coronavirus crisis until after Easter
The Queen leaves London for Windsor Castle retreat | Daily Mail Online
Prince Philip: Palace reassures fans that Duke of Edinburgh is fine after sick rumours
Sick rumours that Prince Philip is dead have been circulating on social media amid the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, but Buckingham Palace has updated fans
Palace reassures fans that Prince Philip is fine after sick death rumours
Does she only have one dog left now?
Palace says Prince Albert of Monaco tests positive for new coronavirus