Before the UK was plunged into lockdown, Kate and Prince William reportedly visited an NHS centre in south London to show their support for frontline workers. However, when confronted with the horrendous reality of the coronavirus crisis, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were left feeling extremely concerned. On April 1, William and Kate spoke to staff at two hospitals, including the Queen’s Hospital in Burton which is where sadly the first confirmed hospital frontline worker died from coronavirus. It is said that the royal couple may be carrying out engagements virtually from now on since they are trying to stay engaged and in touch even if it has to be on the phone now. Due to the nationwide lockdown, the Duke and Duchess and their family have now moved to their residence in Norfolk. Notably, the Queen has been spending the past three weeks at Windsor Castle, self-isolating with Prince Philip and just a few members of their staff. Being over-70s, the Queen is considered more at risk than younger people of getting a more severe case of coronavirus. The Queen has a whole estate to enjoy, but this lockdown, the reduced staff at Windsor Castle and fears for her health could still change her routine. The Queen headed to Windsor one week earlier than planned, following the Government advice issued on March 16 to avoid any unnecessary social interaction and work from home whenever possible.