After receiving her first dosage of the coronavirus vaccine, the Duchess of Cambridge expressed her gratitude by saying she is “hugely grateful.”
According to media sources, Kate Middleton, 39, tweeted about having the vaccine after visiting an NHS-run site at London’s Science Museum on Friday.
“I got my first injection of COVID-19 vaccine at London’s Science Museum yesterday. Thank you very much to everyone who is helping with the rollout – I appreciate everything you’re doing.”
In the shot of Kate getting injected, she was wearing a blue face mask, a cream-colored blouse, and slender pants.
Middleton is the most recent member of the Royal Family to receive the injection.
Her spouse, Prince William, had his first dosage last week after confessing in April 2020 that he had the illness and had to be quarantined from his family due to breathing problems.