Royals See Royals Around the World Working from Home — and Get a Rare Peek Inside Their Palaces Kate Middleton, Queen Elizabeth and royals from around the world are spending time in their home offices during the coronavirus pandemic — and sharing rare photos of themselves at work By Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit Stephanie Petit is a Royals Writer and Reporter at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 1, 2020 12:05 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos Kate Middleton. Photo: Kensington Palace 01 of 12 Kate Middleton Kate Middleton. Kensington Palace The royal mom of three shared a behind-the-scenes glimpse at her desk, decorated with colorful books. 02 of 12 Prince William Prince William. Kensington Palace Prince William and Kate "have been in regular contact with organisations and patronages to understand the issues they are facing during this difficult time," according to their office. 03 of 12 Queen Elizabeth Prime Minister Boris Johnson; Queen Elizabeth. Twitter The 93-year-old British monarch is conducting her weekly audiences with Prime Minister Boris Johnson via telephone from her Windsor Castle home, where she is staying with husband Prince Philip. 04 of 12 Prince Charles Prince Charles. Clarence House/Twitter After testing positive for coronavirus himself, Prince Charles recorded a video message from his home office encouraging social distancing and isolation to help stop the spread of the ilness of protect vulnerable citizens. 05 of 12 Prince Albert of Monaco COPYRIGHT: N Saussier / Palais Princier Grace Kelly's son tested positive for coronavirus, but he continued to work from his private apartments in the palace. Prince Albert told PEOPLE on March 19 that he was "feeling okay. My symptoms are flu-like, 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. I've felt a little stuffed up, but that's it." 06 of 12 Crown Prince Daniel and Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden Kungl. Hovstaterna Sweden's royal couple have used video chats to continue their royal work during the coronavirus outbreak. Together, they contacted organizations to learn about how they were affected by the situation. 07 of 12 King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden Kungl. Hovstaterna Sweden's monach is staying at Stenhammer Palace in Sodermanland. Here, the couple held a virtual meeting with daughter Princess Victoria to reschedule planned activities. 08 of 12 Prince Carl Philip of Sweden Prinsparet/Instagram Instead of pajamas as his work from home uniform, Prince Carl Philip wore his military clothes to tour a new field hospital via video chat. 09 of 12 Princess Sofia of Sweden Prinsparet/Instagram Prince Carl Philip's wife shared a work from home photo, set up in front of a large window. 10 of 12 Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark H.K.H. Prins Christian og Jacob Dall, Røde Kors©️ Frederik recruited his son, Prince Christian, to snap a photo of him Facetiming with the Red Cross. 11 of 12 King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain Queen Letizia of Spain/Instagram Spain's royal couple have used video conferences to hold meetings on how the coronavirus has affected organizations in the country. 12 of 12 Crown Prince Haakon of Norway Stina Bergsten og Pål Sture / @norskarbeidsmandsforbund , Ove Ronny Haraldsen / Kongsberg Gruppen og Det kongelige hoff Prince Haakon's desk and office is decorated with family photos, as seen in this rare photo shared on Instagram.