The 95 years old British Queen was “experiencing mild cold-like symptoms,” Buckingham Palace said. 

Queen recently met with her son Prince Charles, who had tested positive this month. 

Queen Elizabeth II has been infected with the Covid-19, Buckingham Palace said on Sunday. 

Becoming one of the world’s most prominent figures to battle with virus and deeply rattling the country she has led for seven decades. 

The palace announces a few details about the condition of the queen, who turns 96 years in April.

“Buckingham Palace confirms that the queen has tested positive for Covid,-19,” the palace said in a statement. 

“Her Majesty is experiencing mild cold symptoms but expects to continue light duties at Windsor over the coming week. 

Queen will continue to receive medical attention and will follow all the appropriate guidelines.” 

She met this month with her eldest son and heir, Prince Charles, who was reinfected with the coronavirus and went into isolation.

He last contracted a mild case of the virus in March 2020, as the pandemic was first engulfing Britain. 

Elizabeth received a vaccine dose of coronavirus in January 2021 at Windsor Castle. 

"We are deeply conscious of the honor represented by my mother’s wish,” Charles said in a statement. 

As we have sought together to serve and support Her Majesty and the people of our communities, my darling wife has been my own steadfast support throughout.” — Mark Landler  

Thank You for Watching