Just days ago, the longest-reigning monarch was pictured speaking on the telephone as she held her regular weekly Audience with the Prime Minister remotely due to the rapid increase of reported cases across the United Kingdom.
Having previously left their London residence amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Prince Charles announced this week that he's tested positive for coronavirus. She is sequestered with her husband, the 98-year-old Prince Philip, in Windsor Castle. The Palace says she remains in good health.
Probably contagious since March 13, the day after the last time he saw his mother the Queen, he developed symptoms over the weekend but "otherwise he remains in good health".
One of the Queen's Royal footmen has tested positive for coronavirus, according to reports.
Up to a dozen Buckingham Palace workers have been tested for the deadly bug, but have given negative results.
However, it was not made clear whether the Queen has already been tested or not.
Meanwhile, in other royal news, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan MarkleThe Duchess of Sussex reportedly moved from her temporary base on Vancouver Island, Canada, to establish a more permanent home in the former actress's native California.
Once the meme ideas had formed, people also couldn't get enough of the 1970s style corded phone the queen apparently uses for her calls, against the backdrop of corgi and equestrian figurines decorating the room.