The granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco spoke about her COVID-19 diagnosis and symptoms.
The daughter of Prince Albert II of Monaco, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi tested positive for COVID-19. But, now the 28-year-old said she's "starting to finally feel like myself" after three weeks of symptoms. Taking to her Instagram, she said that she was "grateful to be alive and healthy at this present moment."
On Friday, Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, the granddaughter of Princess Grace of Monaco or American actress Grace Kelly thanked CTKVI for animating her.
"As we go into yet another summer weekend with #Covid frolicking about here is a friendly reminder to WEAR A MASK & Please take this #pandemic seriously! We have a responsibility to stop the spread of the virus and respect, give gratitude, and support the doctors and scientists working so hard to heal us & find a cure! Make your ego porous. Will is of little importance, complaining is nothing, fame is nothing. Openness, patience, receptivity, solitude is everything," she captioned animated video and pictures of her.
In her previous post, Grimaldi told that her symptoms continue to "linger and pop." "Ex: headaches, ear aches, fatigue and diarrhoea. I am just trying to do all I can to gain my strength back and build my immunity, patience is key but I am happily on the road to recovery." She urged her followers to follow public health guidelines.
This post by the daughter of the Monaco royal comes after a video revealing her COVID-19 diagnosis she posted on June 14 on Instagram. Grimaldi's diagnosis comes months after her father Albert tested positive for novel coronavirus in March. The Monegasque royal went into isolation, and recovered quickly from what he described as a mild case.
Grimaldi is the daughter of Albert and Tamara Jean Rotolo, with whom he had a very brief relationship.