Indeed, there's no doubt that like so many of us Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are looking forward to welcoming 2021 with open arms.
Both Prince Charles and his oldest son, Prince William, contracted the virus earlier in the year.
Thankfully, they both made a healthy recovery.
"Having recently gone through the process of contracting this coronavirus, luckily with relatively mild symptoms, I now find myself on the other side of the illness but still in no less a state of social distance and general isolation," Prince Charles said at the time.
Due to Prince Charles' age, he and Duchess Camilla have spent much of the year isolating at their many country estates, including Birkhall in Scotland.
Despite a year of cancelled public engagements, the royal couple managed to fit in a brief official visit to Berlin to mark Germany's national day of mourning on November 15.
"The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Germany to attend The Central Remembrance Ceremony in Berlin to commemorate the annual National Day of Mourning on 15th November," the message stated.
"TRH will also attend the wreath-laying ceremony at the Neue Wache Memorial," the tweet added.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla also made another rare (albeit socially distanced) family appearance when they met with Prince William, Duchess Catherine, Princess Anne and The Queen at the end of the Cambridges' royal train tour around the UK to thank first responders and health workers.
For decades, the British Royal Family usually gather for a jam-packed week of celebrations at the Queen's Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
However for Christmas this year, Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla will spend the day at their Highgrove home in Gloucestershire.
While the extended British family can't be together due to COVID-19 restrictions, it's believed Charles will still pay a visit to the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in Windsor over the holiday period.
This article originally featured on our sister site Now To Love.