Prince William (37) and Duchess Kate (38) are afraid for their children Prince George (6) and Princess Charlotte (4), as the coronavirus seems to have reached the royal circles. Although the two children are not directly affected, their elite school Thomas's Battersea, which George and Charlotte attend, is.

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Coronavirus at Thomas's Battersea School: Are George and Charlotte in danger?

The Daily Mail reports that four students have been sent home and are awaiting test results in quarantine. The children had just returned from their skiing holiday in Italy. The country is currently very much affected by the virus and several people have fallen ill. The kids are also suspected of having the coronavirus.

When asked by the Spanish newspaper El Confidencial, the school reported: "Like all schools, we are taking very seriously the potential risks related to the spread of Covid-19 and to this end we are following the Government's instructions to the letter on infection prevention and case management in which it is suspected that some staff member or students exposed to the virus or showing any symptoms." 

Princess Charlotte arrives for her first day of school at Thomas's Battersea with Prince George on September 5, 2019 in London, England

It is therefore not guaranteed that the students are really ill. Isolation is merely a precautionary measure. The school has also remained open as usual. Princess Charlotte or Prince George are not suspected of having the virus and they seem to be doing well. The royals have not yet made a statement on the subject.

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In any case, Duchess Kate doesn't seem too worried. Just, she was glowing in green and looked fit as a fiddle while visiting a charity organisation on February 26.