Prince Charles talked about how him and Camilla are keeping busy during the coronavirus crisis in a new article for Country Life. He touched on the fact that they are keeping in touch with family members over Zoom calls and also watching funny videos online.
Charles and Camilla are watching funny videos online!
"We have seen the very best use of technology -allowing people to keep working, but also to keep in touch through virtual parties, games, singing - and some of the funniest videos I have seen for a long time!" Charles and Camilla are currently isolating at their Scottish residence, Birkhall.
In March, the heir to the throne tested positive for COVID-19 and has since made a full recovery and gone back to work, opening hospitals via video conference for example. Charles also used his new article to praise the crucial role of Britain's farmers amid the pandemic.
Prince Charles Praises Britain's Farmers
"What this national crisis has also brought home - dare I say it - is how much we rely on our agricultural community and all those in the food supply chain, from field to fork. The retailers have been doing an outstanding job responding to the unprecedented pressures, and so has the entire supply chain. The delivery drivers, shelf-stackers and all the others serving shoppers are providing an immensely important service in this time of great need. Of course, it all begins with our farmers," he wrote.
We are glad that Charles and Camilla seem to be filling their days keeping in touch with family and also watching some entertaining videos online!