Roy­als start wear­ing masks?

Fiji Sun - - WORLD NEWS -

Lon­don: With many Euro­pean kings and queens hav­ing donned face masks for in-per­son en­gage­ments since the eas­ing of lock­down in their coun­tries, mem­bers of the Bri­tish royal house­holds are yet to be seen in a face cov­er­ing.

Prince Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, chose not to wear masks while ven­tur­ing out for a three day tour of Corn­wall this week, while

Prince Wil­liam, 38, and Kate Mid­dle­ton, 38, have also opted to forego the cov­er­ing for re­cent in-per­son en­gage­ments.

The de­ci­sion by the Bri­tish royal fam­ily not to wear masks dur­ing pub­lic en­gage­ments comes in stark con­trast to the at­ti­tude un­der­taken by their Euro­pean coun­ter­parts. Queen Le­tizia, 47, and King Felipe of Spain, 52, have fre­quently stepped out wear­ing med­i­cal masks dur­ing their tour of the coun­try over the last month, while Queen Matilde of Bel­gium has of­ten colour-matched her mask to her out­fit.

Daily Mail

Queen Mathilde of Bel­gium, with her chil­dren Princess Eleanore and Prince Em­manuel in masks.

Mem­bers of the Bri­tish royal fam­ily, in­clud­ing Prince Charles and Camilla have yet to be seen wear­ing face cov­er­ings.

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