While the couple had planned to spend Easter in Scotland, most likely surrounded by family and friends, with lockdown measures in place, it looks as though it will be a soiree for two.
This year marks the couple’s crystal wedding anniversary, which represents 15 years of marriage since they tied the knot on April 9, 2005.
Charles and Camilla’s milestone news comes after Camilla was forced to remain under quarantine, while Charles came out of isolation after recovering from coronavirus last week.
While the Duchess hasn’t tested positive for the virus, there was a crucial reason why she had to remain in isolation for 14 days, even though Charles only kept his distance for seven.
According to British NHS guidelines, the quarantine rules differ for those who test positive to the virus and those who are living with them at the time of their diagnosis.
Clarence House reportedly confirmed Charles was allowed to leave self-isolation after seven days on the advice of his doctor and in accordance with NHS guidelines.
The reason why Camilla had to remain in seclusion, despite her negative status, is because it can take up to two weeks for COVID-19 symptoms to appear.
“If you live with someone who has symptoms, you'll need to self-isolate for 14 days from the day their symptoms started,” the NHS guidelines state.