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Prince Charles and Camilla will be the first royals to leave the lock next week


The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be among the first members of the royal family to leave the lock and attend a major event when they greet French President Emmanuel Macron in the UK.

Charles (71) and Camilla (72) travel from their home in Balmoral Castle (Scotland) to London, where the official greeting will take place next Thursday at Clarence House.

Clarence House said the meeting will be held to celebrate the 80th anniversary of General Charles de Gaulle's appeal to the French people to oppose the German occupation of France during World War II.

Your visit will only last two days after Princess Anne, 69, will be the first queen to work in person again. The engagement is scheduled for next week to visit the Duke of Gloucester barracks.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be the first members of the royal family to leave the lock and attend a major event next Thursday (in Ireland in May 2019).

His call to the meeting was broadcast by the BBC in June 1940 when he said, "I call on all French who want to stay free to listen to my voice and follow me."

Mr. Macron is also reported to be visiting the capital to honor the city and the country by giving London France's highest honor – Legion d & # 39; Honneur.

Charles and his wife spent nearly three months in Birkhall, Scotland, where the heir to Covid-19 recovered after becoming infected with the virus in March and suffering from mild symptoms.

They have made royal engagements from afar – via video calls or recording video messages for support – and should "be happy" to welcome Mr. Macron to the country.

You will greet French President Emmanuel Macron in London, UK, where the official greeting will take place at Clarence House

You will greet French President Emmanuel Macron in London, UK, where the official greeting will take place at Clarence House

However, the event is not expected to mark the beginning of a return to regular public tasks, although a number of reserved events are also planned for next week.

Mr. Macron's visit comes shortly before July 1 to extend the Brexit transition period beyond the end of this year.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted that he will not attempt to extend the current arrangements beyond this point.

When asked whether the French President would be subject to quarantine rules, a Prime Minister spokesman said: "No, he won't.

Clarence House said the meeting will be held to celebrate the 80th anniversary of General Charles de Gaulle's appeal to the French population to oppose the German occupation of France during World War II (Charles and Camilla are on VE Day 2020 see).

Clarence House said the meeting will be held to celebrate the 80th anniversary of General Charles de Gaulle's appeal to the French population to oppose the German occupation of France during World War II (Charles and Camilla are on VE Day 2020 see).

"As we explained in the guidelines at the time of their publication, the French delegation will fall into the exempt category of representatives of a foreign country or territory traveling to do business in the UK."

Clarence House said in a statement: & # 39; The President of the French Republic will visit London on Thursday 18 June 2020 to mark the 80th anniversary of General de Gaulles & # 39; Appeal to celebrate the French people to resist the German occupation of France during World War II.

& # 39; On Her Majesty's Government, Her Royal Highnesses, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, President Emmanuel Macron are officially received at Clarence House with an honor guard by Coldstream Guards of Number 7 Company, accompanied by the Band of the Coldstream Guards was found. & # 39;

A spokeswoman for Clarence House said the government's social distancing guidelines would be followed and part of the greeting would take place outdoors (Macron wears a mask in France in late May).

A spokeswoman for Clarence House said the government's social distancing guidelines would be followed and part of the greeting would take place outdoors (Macron wears a mask in France in late May).

A Clarence House spokeswoman said the government's social distancing guidelines would be followed and part of the greeting would take place outdoors.

The Prince and the President are believed to have met a few times, the last time in January when the two men sat side by side at a global event in Jerusalem to mark the 75th anniversary of the Auschwitz liberation.

Princess Anne, 69, could be the first queen to return to work personally. An engagement is planned in her diary next week to visit the Duke of Gloucester barracks

Princess Anne, 69, could be the first queen to return to work personally. An engagement is planned in her diary next week to visit the Duke of Gloucester barracks

In the meantime, Princess Anne will be the first queen to work personally again. The engagement is scheduled for next week to visit the Duke of Gloucester Barracks.

A tweet shared by Gerts Royals outlined how the 69-year-old Princess Royal would meet COVID-19 employees on June 16 at the barracks in South Cerney, Gloucesterhire.

If the engagement continues, it will be the first time that a member of the British royal family has personally performed since the pandemic started in March.

And the news may surprise some that the 69-year-old would be more at risk from the corona virus than younger members of the royal family such as the Cambridges or the Wessexes.

The Queen stayed with the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle, where she continued her government duties, remotely controlled and held audiences and meetings by phone.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also made virtual visits to nursing homes, hospitals and other organizations during the ban.

How vulnerable is the elderly to coronavirus?

Since March 23, older Britons and people with chronic illnesses have been told not to leave their homes or to come into close contact with anyone.

Families have been asked to avoid grandparents if they pass on the highly contagious virus, which is fatal to elderly and already sick patients.

According to a PHE report, people over 80 in England admitted to hospital with Covid-19 die 70 times more often than people under 40 years of age.

People aged 40 to 49 years are approximately three times more likely to die, and people aged 50 to 59 years are more likely to die.

In the meantime, the likelihood of people over 60 increasing dramatically, 27 times more likely to die when hospitalized with Covid, and 50 times higher for people over 70.

In the ONS numbers up to April 24, 81.5 percent of deaths in England and Wales with coronavirus were on the death certificate for people over 70 years of age.

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