Kate Middleton closed for quarantine at Kensington Palace

The Duchess of Cambridge has canceled all plans for this week after a recent appearance at high-profile sporting events in London. Along with her husband, Prince William, and 7-year-old son George, Kate Middleton witnessed England’s victory over Germany at Euro 2020, and the next day attended a Wimbledon match, which was also canceled last year.

Kate secluded herself at Kensington Palace, complying with all requirements of the authorities. The official press release notes that she has no symptoms. The duchess has already been vaccinated against the coronavirus, as she revealed on her and William’s official Instagram. Exactly how she found out about her contact with the disease and on what day it occurred is not specified.

Prince William will have to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral alone today, where there will be a service to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of England’s National Health Service. Later, the couple were expected to attend an afternoon tea party at Buckingham Palace, where the Duke will also have to cope with royal duties alone.

This has never been officially confirmed, but insiders say William contracted the coronavirus last year. He was also vaccinated against COVID-19, as documented on social media.