The Duke of Sussex, who lives in California, is still eligible to serve his grandmother as one of her four Counsellors of State because he qualifies as being “domiciled” in Britain thanks to his old Windsor address, The Sunday Telegraph reports.
This means Charles, William, Harry and Andrew – the four adults next in line to the throne – can fill in for the Queen at her request should she fall temporarily ill.
The news comes as it was revealed the Queen had tested positive for Covid. Buckingham Palace confirmed the monarch was experiencing “mild cold-like symptoms” over the weekend.
Her Majesty’s eldest son and heir, Prince Charles, tested positive on February 10, after meeting his mother on February 8.
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