Charles has spoken to his sons Prince William and Prince Harry to share the news of his positive coronavirus diagnosis, the palace confirms.
The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus, Clarence House has said. "But there were a lot of people, not only around that table but also in the atrium of that convention center". The Duchess was also tested for the virus, however, was negative and is self-isolating in another part of their home.
The Royal couple are self-isolating at home in Scotland.
"Thank you for all your "Get Well Soon" messages for his Royal Highness", read a post shared on the Clarence House social media account, which belongs to Charles and Camilla. She has been tested and does not have the virus, according to the statement from Clarence House.
Prince Charles and Camilla were engaged on February 10, 2005, and were married on April 8 that same year, after having an on and off relationship for decades, including during Charles' marriage to Princess Diana.
"The tests were carried out by the NHS in Aberdeenshire where they met the criteria required for testing", the statement continued.
One of those calls was with former foreign secretary David Miliband, who said it was good to hear the Duke of Cornwall carrying on.
MORE - Subscribe to our daily coronavirus newsletter, with all the latest from where you live The prince was said to be displaying "mild symptoms" of the Covid-19 illness but was in good spirits as he self isolates at Birkhall in Scotland.
Charles' doctor estimates the royal was contagious from March 13, a source said.
The Evening Standard reported the duke had told Mr Clarke: "We are in a life and death fight to help those people living on the streets in this public health emergency".
Though Charles was with Queen Elizabeth on March 12, and also saw the remainder of the royal household at Commonwealth Day solutions on March 9, Buckingham Palace validated that the emperor remains in health.