Why Kate did not appear at the opening of the monument to Princess Diana

Now the Duchess of Cambridge is in self-isolation.

Journalists have declassified the true reason for Kate’s absence at the opening of the monument to Princess Diana. A few days ago, Harry and William met in London to take part in the opening of the pedestal. Later, the press began to harshly criticize the statue: to many, it seemed completely different from Diana.

In addition, attentive fans were quick to note the fact that Kate did not accompany her husband on this important day. At first, there were reports that Prince William himself refused the presence of his wife, but recently it became known that Middleton chose to isolate herself – she was suspected of having a coronavirus.

Kate herself feels well, she has no symptoms of COVID-19, but the Duchess managed to talk to a person who was subsequently diagnosed with the virus, reports The Sun.

Where exactly Kate Middleton communicated with the infected coronavirus is unknown. But last week she had two public appearances: for the football team match and for the Wimbledon tournament.

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