Prince Andrew to Miss Service of Thanksgiving During Queen's Platinum Jubilee After Contracting COVID-19
By Tionah Lee
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Prince Andrew will officially miss another one of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee events after testing positive for COVID-19. According to royal reporter Omid Scobie, the queen’s 62-year-old son will not attend Friday’s Service of Thanksgiving.
“Prince Andrew 'with regret' will no longer attend tomorrow’s #PlatinumJubilee service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s after testing positive for Covid,” the tweet read. "The Palace confirm he has seen the Queen 'in the last few days' but has not seen her since testing positive.”
𝙐𝙋𝘿𝘼𝙏𝙀: Prince Andrew “with regret” will no longer attend tomorrow’s #PlatinumJubilee service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s after testing positive for Covid. The Palace confirm he has seen the Queen “in the last few days” but has not seen her since testing positive.
The 96-year-old royal was joined on the balcony by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince William, Kate Middleton and their three children -- Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis (who stole the show with a few cheeky moments) -- and a few more family members.
The outing marked the first time the duke and duchess were pictured with members of the royal family since leaving the U.K. Meghan, 40, and Harry, 37, are expected to attend the Service of Thanksgiving and Saturday’s concert for the queen.