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Kate Middleton is living in isolation after coming in contact with someone who was positive for coronavirus.

People magazine claims that the Duchess was due to attend a church service at Buckingham Palace with Prince William, 39. She pulled out of these events on Monday just before she and the Duke of Cambridge were to arrive at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London to offer thanksgiving for the U.K’s national health service, The NHS.

The palace spokesperson told the outlet that she had spoken with someone who had tested positive for COVID-19. Her Royal Highness isn’t experiencing any symptoms but is following all applicable government guidelines and is self-isolating home.

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This image was taken by Kensington Palace on Saturday May 29, 2021. The photo shows Britain’s Kate, the Duchess, receiving her coronavirus shots at London’s Science Museum on Friday. (Kensington Palace via AP

The mother-of-3 took to social networking to let the world know that she had just received her first shot.

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The legacy publication reported that she also spent part her Friday at Wimbledon Tennis Championships. This was the day she learned of the novel illness.

Per coronavirus guidelines in the United Kingdom, Middleton must isolate at home for 10 days following exposure.

According to reports, William tested positive for COVID-19 just days after his father, Prince Charles also tested positive in March 2020.

A source told the outlet that the Duke of Cambridge, who is second in line to the throne, “was hit pretty hard by the virus.”

“He was struggling with breathing at one point, so clearly everyone around him was very panicked,” they explained. “After visiting medics, he was tested positive. This was quite shocking considering how fit and healthy he actually is. William was determined that business should continue as usual, but he didn’t give up.

He was given his first dose of the Coronavirus vaccine by Britain’s National Health Service in May. This was as a result of their expanding inoculation program to younger patients.

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Fox News’ request for comment was not immediately answered by Kensington Palace officials.

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