Royal family still goes about normal engagement as death toll rises


Members of the Royal family braves coronavirus outbreak with frequent handshakes but will be following Government advice on washing hands amid the coronavirus outbreak.

HRH, the Queen wore her white gloves on Tuesday as she greeted more than 50 recipients at a Palace Investiture, and then ditched her gloves to carry out personal audiences at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday.

The Queen wore her basic white gloves as she shakes hands with Butterflies star Wendy Craig as she was made a CBE and also as she handed an MBE to D-Day veteran Harry Billinge.

The last time she was seen wearing them was 10 years ago but the Monarch met and shook hands with the President of Malta, George Vella and his wife, Miriam Vella in the Palace’s 1844 room bare handed. She also held an audience with Cuban Ambassador Barbara Montalvo Alvarez.

The majority are for members of the diplomatic community, though the Queen also welcomes political, religious and military leaders, and people who have won prestigious cultural prizes. Each audience lasts approximately 15 to 20 minutes, and the conversations which take place are entirely private.

Prince Charles was also spotted shaking hands with several people while presenting awards and diplomas during the Royal College of Music Awards ceremony and His son and daughter-in-law, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge didn’t refrain from handshakes too on their tour in Ireland despite the rising death tolls from the spread of the virus.

Talk about bravery and service!


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