Prince William’s arms are the talk of the town as he gets Covid-19 vaccine

Prince William’s arms are the talk of the town as he gets COVID-19 vaccine

It appears that the future king has been spending some time in the gym…

Prince William

As massive COVID-19 vaccine rollouts continue in countries around the world, future king Prince William is the latest royal to get the first of two Pfizer vaccines in the UK. The 38-year-old was photographed getting his first jab at London’s Science Museum by NHS staff this week – and put his muscles on full display. 

To encourage more and more people to register for the vaccine, William shared the photo of himself on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s social media accounts with the sleeves of his blue sweater rolled up as he got the vaccine.

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“On Tuesday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine,” William captioned the post on Instagram. “To all those working on the vaccine rollout — thank you for everything you’ve done and continue to do.”

However, conversation quickly turned to the star’s buff physique. “Those guns tho!! 😍😍😍😮😮😮,” one person commented on the post. Another added: “No wonder The Duchess of Cambridge looks always so happy💪🏻👀,” 

Prince William has often been vocal about the importance of staying active and keeps his body fit by playing football and polo. He and Kate Middleton also have a home gym which they use regularly.

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The royal is the latest member of the family to receive his vaccine. Buckingham Palace announced in January that Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip had received their shots before Philip died of old age in April this year. Prince Charles, William’s father, received his first dose of the vaccine in February after testing positive for the virus in March 2020. There have been no reports to indicate if Kate Middleton has received her vaccine yet.

Image courtesy: Instagram

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