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The Daily Mail reports that Meghan Markle "forbids" Prince Harry to visit Prince Charles

Lainey Gossip Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
One of the biggest headlines, if not the biggest headline, about COVID-19 yesterday was that Prince Charles has tested positive for it. Clarence House confirmed in a statement that Charles and Camilla (who tested negative) are in isolation in Scotland. Charles is said to be experiencing mild symptom...
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