The United Kingdom recently announced that they would be lifting all COVID-19 restrictions, but Sunny Hostin thinks this is a bad idea, as Queen Elizabeth just tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, February 20.
“Yes, it’s kind of tone-deaf at this point to announce this on the eve of the Queen announcing she contracted Covid," Hostin said on The View. “I mean, they have one job and that is to protect the Queen and they couldn’t do that. You know, Prince Charles, I guess was breathing all over her and gave her COVID and now Camilla has COVID … Maybe Camilla gave it to her…”
Prince Charles was with the Queen a few days before she tested positive — something people in the Queen's inner circle were worried about.
Now that the Queen is under the weather, it looks like she is doing just fine.
“Of course, she has a team of doctors to lean on whenever needed and a support staff that’s second to none,” a source told Us Weekly. “But thus far Her Majesty has been handling this without any fuss or need to involve too many others in her recovery.”
“She’s showed extraordinary courage and is thankful for all the love and support she’s received, and as long as she feels able to work that’s what she’ll continue to [do],” the source added. “It’s typical of her selfless character and everyone is just in awe of her resolve and bravery. She’s truly one of a kind and an example to everyone around her.”
Even though it's a stressful time for The Firm, Robert Jobson explained why no one should panic.
"There is no doubt The Prince of Wales and his family will be concerned by this development and won’t be complacent. Charles often spends longer at Windsor Castle when he visits these days, so that he can enjoy quality time with his mother," the expert noted. "Kate, Duchess of Cambridge flies to Copenhagen this week for a series of solo engagements. If there was a serious cause for concern, I am sure that overseas visit would have been postponed."