Princess Anne, wearing a navy plaid suit, greets Scotland at a Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Princess Anne, wearing a navy plaid suit, greets Scotland at a Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Today, Princess Anne wore a blue plaid suit as she headed to the Wales vs Scotland Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Princess Royal, 71, who is the patron saint of Scottish rugby, met SRU CEO Mark Dodson and SRU Chairman Mr John Jeffreys backstage at the Millennium Stadium as the two home countries came face to face.

Dressed for the occasion, the royal opted for a plaid double-breasted suit, shiny black pumps and a cozy turtleneck jumper for the cold Welsh winter.

Today, Princess Anne wore a blue plaid suit as she headed to the Wales vs Scotland Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Today, Princess Anne wore a blue plaid suit as she headed to the Wales vs Scotland Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Princess Royal, 71, who is the patron saint of Scottish rugby, met SRU CEO Mark Dodson and SRU Chairman Mr John Jeffreys backstage at the Millennium Stadium as the two home countries came face to face.

Princess Royal, 71, who is the patron saint of Scottish rugby, met SRU CEO Mark Dodson and SRU Chairman Mr John Jeffreys backstage at the Millennium Stadium as the two home countries came face to face.

Going for a natural look, Her Royal Highness applied a light coat of foundation and soft pink lipstick as she beamed with delight as she chatted with the rugby chiefs.

It comes as the athletic Ann, often seen in the crowd at Scottish rugby games, missed the Beijing Winter Olympics due to “difficulties with travel restrictions” due to Covid-19.

The Princess Royal, who is President of the British Olympic Association and a member of the International Olympic Committee, said she was “disappointed” at not being able to attend amid the ongoing controversy over human rights abuses in China, in a statement released by Buckingham Palace. last week.

The Queen’s only daughter became the first Royal Olympic champion, competing in the three-day equestrian event at the 1976 Montreal Games.

Most recently, last month, the royal, who lives in Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire with her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy James Hamilton Lawrence, met with IOC representatives to discuss her role at the Games.

In December, Boris Johnson announced that the UK would “virtually” join a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics by refusing to send ministerial officials to China.

Princess Royal meets with members of the Welsh Rugby Charity before the game.

Princess Royal meets with members of the Welsh Rugby Charity before the game.

Princess Royal meets SRU CEO Mark Dodson and SRU Chairman Mr John Jeffries at a Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Princess Royal meets SRU CEO Mark Dodson and SRU Chairman Mr John Jeffries at a Six Nations game in Cardiff.

Anne’s exit also comes as Buckingham Palace declined to say whether the queen tested positive or negative for Covid, raising concerns for her health.

Palace sources insisted she had no symptoms following her encounter with the Covid-infected Prince Charles, however they usually appear a few days after close contact with a Covid-infected person and are usually the first to be tested.

Current government guidance says you must isolate for five days after coming into contact with a person infected with Covid, with symptoms usually appearing three to five days after exposure.

However, the Queen is believed to have received the triple vaccination so she will not need to self-isolate unless she tests positive. The head of state is believed to have received her first shot in January 2021 and her second shot in March, while sources say she received a booster in October.

This is the second time that Charles, who also suffered a triple stroke, has tested positive for the coronavirus after contracting the disease in March 2020.

The Queen is expected to have received triple vaccinations so she won't need to self-isolate unless she tests positive.  The head of state is believed to have received her first shot in January 2021 and her second shot in March, while sources say she received a booster in October.

The Queen is expected to have received triple vaccinations so she won’t need to self-isolate unless she tests positive. The head of state is believed to have received her first shot in January 2021 and her second shot in March, while sources say she received a booster in October.

Insiders insisted that the 73-year-old man tested positive during a test this morning as routine before any public appearances, suggesting he did not have severe symptoms, but they declined to elaborate on his condition. health.

Both he and the Duchess of Cornwall undergo regular pre-engagement tests, and Clarence House reported that Camilla, 74, tested negative on Thursday.

Under current Covid regulations, although Camilla lives with Charles, Camilla is not required to self-isolate as she is also fully vaccinated. While in the past Covid regulations required everyone who came into contact with Charles to self-isolate, this is no longer a requirement.

Boris Johnson has announced that he plans to lift all remaining virus restrictions in England by the end of the month, which would mean even those who test positive for the virus will not be required to self-isolate, “given the current encouraging trends in the data.” Continue’.

Downing Street said the prime minister was hopeful the Prince of Wales would make a quick recovery after testing positive.

In addition to meeting his mother, Charles also awarded MBEs to chefs Fergus Henderson, who has Parkinson’s disease, and his wife Margot, and MBE to Dr Nisrin Alwan, who is known for her campaign to raise awareness of the protracted Covid.

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