It’s just hit headlines the royal has been diagnosed with coronavirus.
The singer, 32, voiced her fears during her appearance on The One Show on Wednesday where she talked about meeting the Prince of Wales at the Prince’s Trust Awards just 14 days ago.
What’s more, she said Prince Charles seemingly kept forgetting about the social distancing rule as he kept extending his hand out for hand shakes.
After deliberating, Fleur told hosts Alex Jones and Patrick Kielty: “It was 14 days ago, so I’m safe. 14 days is the clear window.”
“He just kept forgetting to not shake people’s hands. He kept reaching out. I didn’t know how to greet a royal full stop; let alone in these times!”
Fleur also expressed her sadness at not being able to meet her fans due to the lockdown restrictions the government has placed in a bid to combat the global pandemic.
She admitted: “I am sad that I couldn’t meet fans and hug them. But also it’s a good time to have music out and help get people through this time.”
Meanwhile the Prince of Wales, 71, has been self-isolating with his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, 72, at their 53,000-acre Birkhall estate in Scotland.
They have been apart from each other at the residence.
The heir to the throne met hundreds of people during a “high number of engagements” in recent weeks – where he offered namaste gestures instead of handshakes.
But it is “not possible to ascertain” where Prince Charles caught the virus, his spokesman said.
Charles – who has since spoken to the Queen and sons William in Norfolk and Harry in Canada – is the first Royal Family member to be diagnosed with Covid-19.
Given his age, he falls into one of the high risk categories.
Charles’ positive test was carried out on Monday by the NHS in Aberdeenshire and he received the result on Tuesday.
He had been at Highgrove, his residence in Gloucestershire, before going to Birkhall, on Royal Deeside in Aberdeenshire, on Sunday.
Six staff members are self-isolating as well. People who have recently had contact with Charles have been tested.
It comes as the UK death toll has risen to 465 with 43 more coronavirus patients dying in the last 24 hours.
Earlier, Boris Johnson announced a whopping 405,000 people have signed up to volunteer for the NHS after the Government launched its ‘NHS volunteers’ scheme.
Also today, the Government’s emergency powers Bill became law after being backed by peers. The new laws will take effect within hours.
It was also revealed the pandemic could last into and beyond summer.
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