Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip Will Get COVID-19 Vaccine First, Keep It A Secret
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are, reportedly, on the high priority list for people to get the COVID-19 vaccine soon.
According to Daily Mail, the queen and Prince Philip will get vaccinated in the coming weeks.
However, New Idea said that there are claims that the royal couple will keep it a secret until after they get vaccinated.
But royal experts Emily Andrews and Glen Owen believe otherwise. They said that the queen will most likely wait in line for the vaccine.
And after she receives it, she will make an announcement to encourage her to get the COVID-19 vaccine as well.
Medical experts, reportedly, believe that the queen and Prince Philip announced that they’ve received the vaccine would go a long way to prevent the further spread of conspiracy theories surrounding the illness.
However, Buckingham Palace refused to comment on the matter by saying that medical decisions are personal.
Meanwhile, the queen also made headlines last week amid claims that she has banned Prince George from eating his favorite snack.
While speaking with Femail, celebrity chef Aldo Zilli revealed that Prince George’s favorite dish is spaghetti carbonara.
Zilli confidently declared that Prince George will have his version of the spaghetti carbonara. And once he’s tried it, Zilli said that the 7-year-old wouldn’t request another chef’s creation.
However, the celebrity chef is still waiting to receive a phone call from Prince William and Kate Middleton, who could ask him to whip up the dish for their eldest son.
Unfortunately, former royal chef Darren McGrady said that there’s a no pasta rule in the queen’s household.
During his interview with Recipe Plus, McGrady revealed that the monarch doesn’t like overly starchy foods such as pasta, rice, and potatoes.
The queen, reportedly, prefers to eat fish and vegetables every day.
In related news, there are also whispers that the queen will have a lonely Christmas at Windsor Castle because she and Prince Philip can’t reunite with the royal family in Sandringham.
While speaking with Express, royal expert Penny Junor said that the queen is especially sad over the absence of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during the holiday season.
After all, Junor said that the queen has a soft spot for Prince Harry. As such, it’s highly likely that she misses her grandson.
Prince Harry and Markle will celebrate Christmas in their home in Santa Barbara with Archie and Doria Ragland.