Princess Kate gets her first dose of the COVID vaccine: ‘I’m hugely grateful’

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Another member of the royal family has received a dose of a COVID-19 shot.

In a post on the official Duke and Duchess of Cambridge social media accounts, Kate Middleton, 39, announced that she received her first dose of the vaccine on Friday after she and her husband Prince William returned home following their trip to Scotland.

“Yesterday, I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at London’s Science Museum,” Kate wrote. “I’m hugely grateful to everyone who is playing a part in the rollout—thank you for everything you are doing.”

Meanwhile, William received his COVID-19 vaccine three months ago after battling the virus last Spring. William’s father, Prince Charles, also caught the virus last March.

Both Charles and his wife Camilla have received their vaccines, and Queen Elizabeth herself received her second dose in March.

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