Washington, D.C .:
The Spanish princess Maria Teresa of Bourbon-Parma is the first queen to die from the effects of the corona virus.
According to Fox News, the 86-year-old was a cousin of King Felipe VI of Spain. Her brother Prince Sixto Enrique de Borbon, the Duke of Aranjuez, announced on Facebook that she died after completing COVID-19.
The article reads: "This afternoon … our sister Maria Teresa de Borbon Parma and Borbon Busset, a victim of the COVID-19 coronavirus, died in Paris at the age of eighty-six."
Princess Teresa's death comes weeks after King Felipe VI. Spain tested negative for the virus.
According to People magazine, born on July 28, 1933, Princess Maria Teresa studied in France and became a professor at the Sorbonne in Paris and professor of sociology at the Complutense University in Madrid.
She was known for her strong views and activist work, which led to her nickname "Red Princess".
A funeral service for the princess took place in Madrid on Friday.
In the meantime, Prince Charles was the first British king to test positive for the corona virus earlier this week. Clarence House confirmed this to Fox News in a statement released on Wednesday morning saying, "The Prince of Wales tested positive for coronavirus. He showed mild symptoms but is otherwise in good health and has kept going all the time Worked from home. " last days as usual. "
A Buckingham Palace spokesman told Fox News that Prince Charles' mother, Queen Elizabeth II, remains in a healthy condition despite her son's positive test.