Princess Anne Carries On With Royal Engagements Despite Coronavirus Outbreak
Princess Anne keeps carrying out her royal engagements despite the outbreak of the coronavirus. The Princess Royal visited an equestrian center near Buckingham on Monday. Get the full story here!
It was business as usual for Anne, Princess Royal, on Monday as she carried out a royal engagement outside Buckingham - even with the coronavirus outbreak in full swing.
Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter, who turns 70 in August, is the vice patron of the British Horse Society and visited the Addington Equestrian Center to watch a demonstration.
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Princess Anne also talked with some of the BHS's education team and the equine coaches while wearing a navy coat with a horse-shaped brooch and a red scarf. She seemed calm and quite content during the visit.
Meanwhile, her mother Queen Elizabeth II has cancelled all her public engagements for the foreseeable future in light of the recent coronavirus outbreak. Anne's brother Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have reacted as well: they have cancelled their upcoming spring tour, which would have taken them to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Jordan.
We expect to see and hear less and less from the royals in the coming weeks, as virus containment will be the highest priority for everyone.