• Prince Charles could've put the Queen at risk for coronavirus
  • Queen Elizabeth is doing well while on self-quarantine
  • Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus 

Prince Charles is still causing worry among royal fans and experts after he tested positive for coronavirus.

It was previously revealed that he visited Queen Elizabeth one day before experiencing symptoms. After he got tested for the deadly virus, Prince Charles’ results came out positive.

While speaking on ITV’s “Royal Rota,” royal correspondent Chris Ship accused the heir to the throne of being too close for comfort.

“It is only a day's difference! The day before he was at Buckingham Palace, he was seeing the Queen. 12 to 24 hours later he becomes infectious. I don't think you can rule out on medical grounds that he wasn't infectious on the 12th when he saw the Queen. A little too close for comfort for me,” he said.

On March 9, Prince Charles also met with the Queen and the other members of the royal family for the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey. However, there haven’t been other reports of a member of the royal family testing positive for coronavirus. In fact, Prince Charles’ wife, Camilla tested negative.

The Queen and Prince Philip have also not tested positive for coronavirus. They have been on self-quarantine in Windsor Castle since last week.

A source from Buckingham Palace confirmed that the Queen remains in good health amid the crisis. Her husband is also doing well at the moment. Last week, a spokesperson for Clarence House clarified that there’s no way to know where Prince Charles got the virus from.

“It is not possible to ascertain from whom the prince caught the virus owing to the high number of engagements he carried out in his public role during recent weeks. He has not been to the hospital. His symptoms are mild and [he] is in good spirits,” the statement read.

As of late, Prince Charles and Camilla’s spring tour has also been canceled.

Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles pose with officers during an official visit to the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment at Hyde Park Barracks on October 24, 2017 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson