Albert of Monaco was the first monarch to be diagnosed with COVID-19 but says it's unlikely he gave it to Charles.
Questions have been raised about why the heir to the throne met criteria for testing when NHS workers are not being routinely checked.
Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, has tested positive for the new coronavirus, royal officials confirmed Wednesday — touching off debate about whether his wealth and status gave him priority in receiving a test. The 71-year-old is showing mild symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, and is self-isolating at a royal estate in Scotland, the prince's Clarence House office said. “The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Coronavirus," Clarence House said.
Tenants on the Duchy of Cornwall estates can defer rent for three months to help with cashflow during the coronavirus pandemic.
If the Queen was to contract coronavirus, her son Prince Andrew and grandson Prince Harry could be called on to represent her.
The Duke of Cornwall said the response to the coronavirus shows the same thing could be done for climate change.
Prince Charles became a patron of Surfers Against Sewage, as he continues to add to the list of charities he represents.
Five decades on from his speech against plastic, Prince Charles reflects on how he was thought of as "dotty".
The 'Firework' singer has become an ambassador for the Prince of Wales anti-trafficking charity and has promised to serenade his saplings.
Prince Philip has spent a third night at the King Edward VII’s Hospital in central London for treatment relating to a “pre-existing condition”.
The Prince of Wales was welcomed by traditional dancers after arriving in Lawson Tama Stadium on the Solomon Islands.
The cheeky EastEnders actor Danny Dyer found one of his more risque jokes cut from the ITV broadcast of the glitzy Olivier Awards.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have just finished their 12-day tour of the Caribbean, where they visited six countries and one Overseas Territory.The trip kicked off on March 17 in St Lucia, where Charles marked the country’s 40th anniversary of Independence. Charles and Camilla then rubbed shoulders with A-list stars such as Lionel Richie and Sir Tom Jones at the Prince’s Trust International Reception in Barbados. The prince couldn’t resist making a cheeky quip, when he met Mr Richie. The pair soaked up the Caribbean sun as they also undertook engagements in St Vincent, St Kitts and Nevis and Granada. But it was paparazzi-style pictures of the couple in their swimwear on a public Barbados beach, which caused a stir among royal fans. The overseas tour also saw Charles and Camilla make history as they travelled to Cuba, making them the first members of the Royal Family to visit the Communist-run country.They spent four days in Cuba where they met with locals and enjoyed sampling the local produce, making their own mojito cocktails and riding in a vintage car.See the best photos of the prince and duchess on their tour in the gallery above.
Abusive and even threatening remarks have become commonplace on the comment sections and Twitter feeds of the royal family.
Prince Charles' then deputy private secretary came up with a media strategy to boost his image.