The Sun could reveal that Prince William “struggled to breathe” after the Covid-19 virus struck him.
Duke of Cambridge He kept his diagnosis a secret because he did not want to alarm the nation.
⚠️ Read Coronavirus Live Blog To get the latest news and updates
The heir to the throne, 38, contracted the virus in April, days later Dad, Prince CharlesThe Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has been shot down.
In a post, William told an observer: “There were important things happening and I didn’t want anyone to worry.”
The Duke was treated by palace doctors, and he followed government instructions by isolating him at the family home of Anmer Hall, in Norfolk.
Remarkably, he made 14 phone and video calls during the month of April.
‘Work as usual’
A source said: “William was severely infected with the virus – he has already infected six.
“At one point he was struggling to breathe, so everyone around him clearly panicked.
“After seeing the doctors and testing positive – which was clearly a shock given how fit and healthy he was – William decided it should be working as usual.
He was determined to fulfill his obligations. ”
After the news broke that Boris and Charles-W. Boris was taken to the hospital William was concerned that informing the country of his ordeal would send everyone into a panic.
“The Queen handed her the title “We’ll Meet Again.”And he didn’t want to worry about people.
“He felt that there were more important things happening in the country.
“But as a result of his own experiences, he is acutely aware that anyone can develop this horrific disease – and he knows just how imperative we all take this second lockdown seriously.”
There were important things going on and I didn’t want anyone to worry.
Despite his illness, Welles was one of April’s royals tough.
Call NHS Champions at Queen’s Burton Hospital on April 1Counselor Amjad Al-Hourani, 55, who died from the virus while treating patients, told colleagues that he was “proud” of their work.
The father of three had a seven-day pause for calls and video messages after April 9.
But on April 16, Nightingale Hospital Birmingham opened at the National Elections Center via video link.
He told them it was a “perfect example” of the “joining forces” taking place across the country to fight the pandemic.
Then on April 23rd The Duke brought some much-needed joy to appear on Comic Relief.
Wills raised smiles after a sketch was filmed several days earlier to be broadcast on the BBC.
The Duke played a comedian alongside Stephen Fry in a Blackader-themed sketch
He was then photographed standing at the front door of his Anmer Hall home with Kate, 38, George, 7, Charlotte, 5, and 2-year-old Louis.
Help Wills and his family lead the nation that night, Clap for Carers.
During April, when the wills were dropped, he also spoke to the Football Association about mental health and called the Crown Prince of Jordan.
The Queen delivered her dramatic speech to the nation on Sunday, April 6 – the same night Prime Minister Boris was hospitalized.
Earlier this week William lent his support to Good Britain star Kate Garraway Her husband, Derek Draper, spent seven months in hospital contracting the Coronavirus.
Kate joins them, and the couple tells the broadcaster that they want to give her a hug in the aftermath Her husband’s health battle.
Young children exempt from the closure rule when they only meet one friend outside
The first Briton to catch Covid dies at the age of 26 after months of hardship
Uber riders are outraged after paying £ 111 for a two-mile trip
They will never learn?
Panic buyers are returning to bare shelves as the second close approaches
Scientists warn that life will not be normal until at least next summer, even with a vaccine
The Cambridge family said they were affected by her experience and how it affected her and their children Darcy, 14, and Bailey, 11.
Prince Charles was isolated for two weeks in March with mild symptoms, while Boris spent three nights in the intensive care unit after being hospitalized on April 5th.
Last night, Kensington Palace did not want to comment.
Got a story? RING The Sun at 020 7782 4104 or WHATSAPP at 07423720250 or the exclusive e-mail the-sun.co.uk
“Extreme organizer. Problem solver. Passionate web buff. Internet expert. Devoted travel nerd. Professional troublemaker.”