Just like the rest of the United Kingdom, Princess Anne is observing the social distancing guidelines in her Gatcombe Park home. The last the public had seen her was in April when she released a pre-recorded video for the staff of the NHS Louisa Jordan Hospital in Glasgow.

In the video, it has reportedly appeared that she has her own virtual office inside the property. Similar to the other working royals, reports said that she has continued to do her duties and responsibilities despite the need to stay indoors.

The Princess Royal's social isolation started after her last public engagement on March 16. As stated, she is one of the last British Royals who attended engagements days before the lockdown became effective in the United Kingdom.

However, her isolation might now come to an end as she is set to attend an in-person engagement on June 16, according to the Daily Express. As stated, Princess Anne will visit the Duke of Gloucester Barracks, in South Cerney, Gloucestershire.

The reports added that she will meet with the "COVID-19 staff" at the barracks in her role as the "Colonel-in-Chief." But, it remains unclear whether she will, indeed, come out of isolation.

The June 16 engagement is reportedly not the only one listed on her royal diary. On June 30, Princess Anne is also set to visit the Scarborough and Ryedale Carers for its 25th anniversary. As noted, she is the President of the organization.

She is also the President of the City and Guilds of London Institute. This is why she will also reportedly visit the Dovecote Park, in Pontefract, aside from the two in-person engagements on the list.

Princess Anne is the only British Royal who has scheduled engagements amid the COVID-19 crisis, according to the Daily Mail. So, if she will attend these events, she will reportedly become the first British Royal to come out of isolation amid the lockdown in the United Kingdom.

Following the surprising updates on the Princess Royal's schedule, worries and concerns toward her have become reportedly apparent among royal fans and followers. As reported, Princess Anne, just like her parents, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, as well as her brother, Prince Charles, also belong to the "at-risk" age group amid the pandemic.

In the end, though, no final word has been shared yet about the matter. So, whether she will attend or not, the public might get answers on the day of the engagements.