The Danish Royal House released a statement on March 24 in which it said Joachim, Marie and their children Henrik and Princess Athena returned to Denmark the day before. Henrik was taken to Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, where he was examined for "respiration problems connected with asthmatic bronchitis" and also given a swab for COVID-19. Thankfully, the little royal was found negative.
The family have since returned to their residence at Amalienborg, the Danish royals' group of palaces in Copenhagen.
Henrik's test for coronavirus comes after two royals in other European families were found positive for COVID-19 last week.
Karl von Habsburg, the ancestral Archduke of Austria, was the first royal to reveal he had contracted the coronavirus. He said he has found the virus "annoying" and said he's "fine," and his listening to doctors' advice on how to recover.
Prince Albert of Monaco also said he tested positive for COVID-19 last week. The Prince's Palace released a statement saying the head of state is in isolation at home and continues to work. Albert later said he is "feeling okay" and has "flu-like symptoms," but thankfully only has a mild case.