The Prince Of Wales Visits Tokyo - Day Three

COVID-19

Prince Charles recovers, Hollywood icon dies and more trending updates

Our daily coronavirus update about A-list celebrities and royals

 Prince Charles seems to have recovered from COVID-19. The 71-year-old future King, who tested positive after experiencing mild symptoms, has been in self-isolation. Former royal doctor Anna Hemming opened up to our sister magazine HELLO! about Charles' battle, saying: “Fortunately, Prince Charles has recovered well and is back at his desk, opening the Nightingale Hospital on Friday by video link. We heard first hand that he is back working and good to see social distancing between those at the ceremony too."

 Rita Moreno put a funny spin on wearing a protective mask. “You can’t cover my mouth... I’m Puerto Rican!!!” she joked alongside a photo of her wearing a mask over her nose and eyes, instead of her mouth. While the star keeps it lighthearted on Instagram, she has also been leading by example, sharing photos of herself walking with a mask and gloves on.

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Rita Moreno’s COVID-19 mask

 

Miley Cyrus and boyfriend Cody Simpson showed appreciation for healthcare workers on the front line of coronavirus pandemic.  The pair delivered 120 tacos to Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center in Tarzana, California.

Well-known actress and Hollywood biographer Patricia Bosworth passed away on Thursday, April 2, after suffering from pneumonia that was brought on by COVID-19. The late star’s stepdaughter Fia Hatsav confirmed the sad news to The New York Times on Friday, saying she was 86 years old. She also wrote on Facebook: "This terrible virus has taken my Vibrant, talented, and loving Step- Mother, Patricia Bosworth. You may read about her in all the news articles... But to us she was Patti, and Grandma Patti. She was a humble, caring and compassionate person. She adopted us and we in return adopted her. She was part of our family, in every way. She loved my children, and treasured being their grandma, it meant everything to her." Our thoughts go out to the family.

 Catch up on yesterday’s trending COVID-19 updates, as well as the good news from around the world! 

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