Yesterday, the very shocking news of Prince Charles of the British Royal family being diagnosed with coronavirus made it to the web. Soon after which, a couple of his pictures with Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor, who was also tested positive for COVID-19 last week, surfaced on the internet. As per a section of netizens, it is being believed and spread that it is the Babydoll singer who infected Prince Charles with the virus. Adding fuel to the fire is the fact that Kanika Kapoor, before lodging in Lucknow, was back from the UK and she allegedly even hid her travel history with the travel authorities.
A lot of people flooded social media with memes that blamed Kanika. However, a little fact check and Google research and we found out that NO, those pictures of Kanika Kapoor greeting Prince Charles aren’t latest but from the year 2015 and 2018. Reportedly, the singer (while in an orange dress) was there to perform at the fundraiser Elephant Family charity function, which was organised by the royal family. During the same, Kanika had bumped into Prince Charles and they even exchanged a few pleasantries.
Another picture of Kanika Kapoor, in a golden dress, where she is posing alongside Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, is apparently from the year 2018. She was invited to the palace for a lavish gala party organised by the Royals to mark British Asian Trust’s 10th anniversary.
Check out some of the false claims below:
Prince Charles has been confirmed to be Suffering from Covid19 here is a Pic of his meeting by now famous Ms Kanika Kapoor. Now one Knows how and where he contracted his infection. Lady अब भारत में— Ram_Ahuja Hard Core Modi Bhakt (@RamAshirwad) March 25, 2020
We hope this brings an end to all the speculations!
Meanwhile, Kanika Kapoor was thrice tested positive for the virus and the doctors will continue to treat her until the singer tests negative twice in the coming days.
image source: twitter
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