Prince Charles is now out of self-isolation after he tested positive for the coronavirus.
Clarence House said the Prince of Wales, 71, is in good health after consulting with a doctor.
A statement read: “Clarence House has confirmed today that, having consulted with his doctor, The Prince of Wales is now out of self-isolation.”
Wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, is to self-isolate for a further seven days.
She has tested negative for Covid-19.
The prince had been self-isolating after developing a mild form of the illness.
Recently he was filmed clapping along last week as the nation held a collective round of applause for NHS staff fighting the killer outbreak.
Earlier today, royal biographer Angela Levin branded Meghan Markle and Prince Harry "spoilt teenagers" over the timing of their reported move to Los Angeles due to Charles' health.
She told BBC News: "Not the same is it (FaceTime)? I thought it was such bad timing, their timing has been terrible.
"If they had waited and been patient this could all have been sorted out amicably, with one joint statement.
"But they weren't, they were rushing like spoilt teenagers, that it had to be now. So they're well out of it.
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"When it has been announced that your father aged 71 has got coronavirus which is serious, even if he's got mild symptoms, for you to then announce that you've left for Los Angeles.
"And also Meghan is going to be voicing a documentary of elephants, it seems as if you're completely out of the picture really.
"It comes across as callous, I'm sure they didn't mean it to be callous, but it's an inappropriate time.
"This country is going through as we all know the most terrible situation imaginable.
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"It's an absolute nightmare, and to have them singing praises, and (us) seeing pictures of the house they're renting for £11,000 per week it is so distasteful."
Covid-19 has so far killed 1,228 people in the UK and has infected more than 19,000 people.
Around the world, there have been more than 30,000 deaths and over 700,000 cases since its outbreak in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year.
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