The Queen is scheduled to return to work next week, which suggests that she didn't catch Covid off her son Prince Charles after having afternoon tea with him a couple of days before he tested positive.
Major concerns had been raised after The Queen and Charles had afternoon tea together at Windsor Castle two days before he tested positive for Covid.
Many were concerned as Charles would typically greet his mother in public with both a kiss on the hand and a kiss on the cheek.
After a long-anticipated nervous wait, it's understood that the Queen, who has been triple jabbed, is showing no symptoms and has submitted a negative result.
In an exclusive chat with The Sun, Royal sources told that Her Majesty has a diary of engagements at Windsor Castle next week which she is expected to go ahead with, which is an indication that she doesn't have Covid.
The jobs are believed to be video calls with ambassadors and dignitaries from her desk.
She will also attend three engagements next month.
Prince Charles,73, is currently self-isolating after catching Covid on Thursday – he is thought not to be exhibiting severe symptoms.
This is Charles' second time catching Covid – the future king first caught the virus in March 2020 when he said he was "lucky" to suffer only mild symptoms.
Buckingham Palace has refused to confirm whether the 95-year-old monarch had tested positive or negative for Covid.
Current government guidelines say you have to isolate for five days after contact with a Covid positive person, with symptoms typically appearing three to five days after contact.
In the event that The Queen cannot undertake her official duties as Sovereign temporarily due to illness or absence abroad, two or more Counsellors of State are appointed to act in her place.
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