Prince William gets his first Covid-19 vaccine as he shares picture

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Prince William has received his first Covid-19 vaccine, it has been revealed.

A picture was shared of William, 38, receiving his first dose of the vaccine at the London Science Museum in Kensington on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s official Instagram account.

The dad-of-three rolled up his T-shirt sleeve and wore a blue face mask as he was given his first jab.

The caption on the picture read: “On Tuesday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

“To all those working on the vaccine rollout – thank you for everything you’ve done and continue to do.”

It is unknown if William’s wife Kate Middleton, 39, has received the vaccine yet.

On Wednesday, Kate made sure to show her support as the Victoria And Albert museum in London finally reopened it's doors.

The mum-of-three, who became the museum's first royal patron in March 2018, was shown around the building on Wednesday by a set of staff members as she visited two new exhibitions.

The usually popular museum had been shuttered since last year after the pandemic forced it to close it's doors to the public.

During her visit, Kate was told about the new and improved gallery and it's new interpretive approach as well as it's on-site digital experience.

Elegant as ever, The Duchess of Cambridge wore a red checked midi dress and facemask by Alessandra Rich.

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