Four students at the Prince George and Princess Charlotte school in London have been isolated from the fear of coronavirus
- Students from Thomas Battersea School in southwest London had been to Italy
- It is the school where Prince George and Princess Charlotte both go
- Four students were sent home and two are said to have flu-like symptoms
Four pupils at the school of Prince George and Princess Charlotte are isolated from fear that they have contracted the corona virus.
The children, who go to the Thomas Battersea school in southwest London, have been sent home and are waiting for test results, it was reported this evening.
It comes when at least 14 schools in the UK closed their doors due to the fear of the virus spreading.
Children at school had recently been traveling to northern Italy.
Princess Charlotte and Prince George are depicted being picked up from school by their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
A general view of Thomas’s Battersea School in London, where Prince George and Princess Charlotte are present
Two children returned from the trip after exhibiting flu-like symptoms.
The website of the school says that a trip to Italy takes place every two years.
Tonight, Spanish newspaper El Confidencial has published a statement from the school.
“Like all schools, we take the potential risks associated with the spread of Covid-19 very seriously and follow the government’s instructions on the letter on infection prevention and case management suspecting an employee or students exposed to the virus or symptoms show.
“We currently have a very small number of students who have been evaluated and these people are currently waiting at home to receive the results of their exams.”
It added that all parents were informed and that information was regularly distributed.
The school also said it would “maintain the confidentiality of staff and students and not comment on specific cases.”
MailOnline contacted the school and Kensington Palace was not available for comment tonight.