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Did Kanika Kapoor also meet Prince Charles after she tested positive for COVID-19? Know reality

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 26 March 2020, 12:25 IST
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Bollywood popular singer Kanika Kapoor who was tested positive of COVID-19 on 20th March has once again fallen in the pit of controversy. This time it's because of Prince Charles who was recently tested positive due to deadly virus. As soon as the news of Britain’s prince testing positive broke out netizens were quick to jump to an opinion that it is because of Kanika.

The Facebook user took to the social media platform and posted a pic wherein we can see Kanika meeting Prince Charles and shaking hands. Soon this pic went viral and trollers started taking a dig at the Baby Doll singer, saying that she didn’t leave the royal family as well.

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In another pic, Kanika can be seen adorning a shimmery silver dress and is shaking hands with Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall. Twitter users claimed that these are recent pics when Kanika visited the UK to bring her children home.

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However, soon India Today conducted a fact check and found out that the pics that are going viral on social media platform are fake. The pic is not from the recent event rather it's from 2015 event, The Elephant Family charity ‘Travels to my Elephants hosted by Prince Charles and wife Camilla.

Meanwhile, Prince Charles is going under the treatment while Queen is doing fine and is in good health. Also, Kanika is doing fine and is still being treated as recently when doctors again conducted the test it came out to be positive which means she has yet not fully recovered.

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First published: 26 March 2020, 12:18 IST