After Freedom Day, Kate and William are among the royals to ‘brace’ for a reaction against mask-wearing.
Following “Freedom Day,” members of the Royal Family including Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William should “brace themselves” for criticism over their use of face masks.
Because all COVID-19 legal constraints have been lifted, persons are no longer obligated to wear face masks in any situation. Despite this, numerous stores, transportation companies, and venues have indicated that they will continue to require visitors and employees to wear face covers for the next few weeks due to increased Covid infections.
Members of the Royal Family would wear face masks if their hosts request them, according to Daily Express royal correspondent Richard Palmer.
“Will members of the Royal Family continue to wear face masks in enclosed settings now that Government regulations have been relaxed?” he asked on Twitter.
“If asked by their hosts, the short answer for many of them is yes.
“Prince Charles will not wear a mask for today’s visit to Exeter Cathedral since he has not been requested to.
“However, if he is visiting a museum and the museum’s policy still requires visitors to wear masks, he will accept that,” an assistant said. #freedomdayUK
“Charles and Camilla, like other royals, will relish the opportunity to interact with people without masks whenever feasible.
“It’s more difficult to communicate with and hear individuals when they’re wearing masks.
“During visits to the Royal Family during the pandemic, members of the Royal Family removed their masks when government laws permitted.”
According to a royal watcher who remarked on Mr Palmer’s tweets, by following the regulations of their hosts, the royals on engagements risk being chastised by both supporters and opponents of mask-wearing.
“As they should,” they said. But they’re bracing themselves for more anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers yelling at them every time they do, as well as yelling from people who disagree with the government if they don’t.
“The government advises that you remain wearing one, so I’d do so.”
Camilla stated earlier this month that she was looking forward to no longer wearing face coverings.
“I can’t wait to get rid of these,” the Duchess of Cornwall told a Welsh college student during a joint visit with Prince Charles to the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
In September of last year, Camilla stated that she finds it impossible to work while wearing face masks. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”