First Royal Death due to Coronavirus: Maria Teresa
Maria Teresa, the Princess of Spain became the first royal in the world who passed away due to lethal Coronavirus.
Several media people have reported the royal princess as the cousin of the king of Spain, Felipe VI but she was actually the daughter of Javier de Borbon-Parma who inherited the Carlist claim to the Spanish Throne. On the afternoon of March 29, Prince Sixto Enrique de Borbon (Princess Teresa’s brother) announced her death in Paris on Facebook due to Coronavirus.
A few weeks ago, Spain’s King was also tested for COVID-19 and found out to be negative.
Princess Teresa was born on July 28, 1933, and completed her education in France. Later on, she became a professor at Paris’ Sorbonne and also the professor of Sociology at Madrid’s Complutense University.
always appreciated for outspoken views and her diplomatic attitude. She was
never in favor of using her royal title and instead chose to live a simple
The death of Spain Princess is a learning for those people who think that they cannot suffer or die from this fatal virus. Maria Teresa death has proved that Coronavirus has become an epidemic for common people as well as royals.
More than 6.5
lakh cases have been reported worldwide until now with a death toll of more
than 31 thousand individuals. The numbers are continuously exceeding with time.
Please stay home and follow the government
instructions carefully if you really want the virus to end soon.