Prince Albert of Monaco tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and is now speaking out about how the virus doesn’t discriminate.The second child of Grace Kelly, 62, told People magazine he was “feeling OK” hours after testing positive. He appeared to be the first head of state who has publicly revealed a positive diagnosis.”My symptoms are flulike, but it feels like a pretty mild case. I’ve a slight fever, not really that bad. A little bit of a cough. I’d a runny nose the first few days, that was the first sign,” he told the magazine.PRINCE ALBERT, GRACE KELLY’S SON, SENDS LETTER OF SOLIDARITY TO EMMANUEL MACRON FOLLOWING NOTRE DAME FIRE Monaco’s Prince Albert II, son of the late Princess Grace Kelly, speaks during a news conference after visiting an exhibition about his mother at a department store in Tokyo.  (AP Photo/Toru Takahashi)In a statement on Thursday, the palace of Monaco shared Albert is being treated by doctors from the Princess Grace Hospital, named after his late mother. It revealed the royal is continuing to work from his home office in the palace and is in constant contact with the members of his government.Despite his mild symptoms, the 62-year-old husband and father told the


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