Denmark's 10-year-old Prince Henrik has been tested for coronavirus.
The son of Prince Joachim and Princess Marie has asthma and received a test based on his pre-existing respiratory condition, which came back negative. Joachim, who is sixth in line to the throne, is residing at Copenhagen's Amalienborg Palace Palace under lockdown. Last year, the family moved to Paris but have temporarily relocated home as the pandemic grows apace.
A statement from the Danish Royal Court said: “Their Royal Highnesses Prince Joachim and Princess Marie and their children, Prince Henrik and Princess Athena, returned to Denmark yesterday, when Prince Henrik was examined at Rigshospitalet for respiration problems connected with asthmatic bronchitis.
"In addition, Prince Henrik was examined for coronavirus. The test was negative.”
Joachim's brother Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary have also returned home to Denmark after a temporary move to Switzerland.
"The Crown Prince couple find it most natural to return home and stand with the Danes in a time that requires a lot of everyone and where there is a shared responsibility for looking after each other," another statement said.
Similarly, Spain's Queen Letizia and King Felipe both tested negative for COVID-19 when tested earlier this month after a number of high profile Spanish government officials have been quarantined.
Dutch royals Queen Máxima and King Willem-Alexander, and their four children - Princess Catharina-Amalia, Princess Alexia and Princess Ariane - are under lockdown behind the gates at their new home Huis Ten Bosch (the house in the woods) located on the outskirts of The Hague.
Belgium's Crown Princess Elisabeth (18), next in line to the throne, was earlier this week removed from her boarding school in Wales to return home to Laeken Palace in Brussels amid the pandemic.
In Sweden, Crown Princess Victoria was still hand-shaking against World Health Organisation advice, but is now working remotely alongside her husband Prince Daniel from their home at Haga Palace in Stockholm. In a post shared on Instagram, the royals said they are continuing their work through video conferencing.
They have taken their royal responsibilities particularly seriously and shared a new picture of their children Prince Oscar (four) and Princess Estelle (eight) to show children how to wash their hands correctly.
Monaco's Prince Albert (62) was the first heard of state to test positive for the virus and in self-isolating in his apartment at the Prince's Palace. "He is still working with his close collaborators in accordance with the health measures. His health, controlled several times during the day by his doctors, doesn't inspire any concern," a statement said.
Meanwhile, Britain's royals have also decamped to their locations of choice: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip are at Windsor Castle, Prince Charles and Camilla are residing at Birkhall, Kate Middleton and Prince William are at their country retreat Amner Hall in Norfolk, and Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are planning their imminent post-royal future from Vancouver Island, Canada.
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