The Duchess of Cambridge received her first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, following in the footsteps of her husband, who was stabbed earlier this month.
Kate’s photo of the syringe was posted on Friday on the Kensington Palace Twitter account on Saturday afternoon.
In an accompanying letter, the Duchess said: “Yesterday I received my first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine at the Science Museum in London.
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Kate, 39, wearing a face mask, white jacket and jeans, is pictured taking a hit in her left arm.
It comes after the Duke of Cambridge received a first injection of NHS employees at the Science Museum earlier this month.
William has previously spoken out in favor of a vaccine and praised the «tremendous» success of the Covid-19 jab program.
The Duke contracted Covid-19 last spring and was able to continue phone and online dealings while being treated by royal doctors, but he was said to have been «severely» infected with the virus and at one point struggled to breathe.
The Queen and Prince of Wales are among other members of the royal family who will be vaccinated as vaccinations reach millions of people across the country.
More than 32 million people were vaccinated with the first dose in England, nearly three-quarters of the total adult population, while more than 20 million people received the two doses.
In England and Scotland, people over the age of 30 are encouraged to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus.
The Covid-19 vaccination program in Northern Ireland is open to all people over the age of 18, while in Wales, the call is likewise open to all people over the age of 18.
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