Sweden's Royal Family has been forced into self-isolation after Prince Carl Philip and his wife Princess Sofia tested positive for coronavirus following a private family funeral. "Carl Philip and Sofia tested positive on Wednesday. They have mild symptoms and they are in isolation now together with their children," Johan Tegel, press secretary to the Royal Court, told the Daily Telegraph. The couple appears to have contracted the virus when attending the funeral of Queen Silvia's brother, Walther Sommerlath, who died last month, aged 86, at Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, where he had moved recently to be close to his sister. "Just before the funeral they all tested negative and so they could all participate in the ceremony, there were a lot of precautions in place," Mr Tegel said. According to the court, "fewer than ten" of Mr Sommerlath's closest family had attended the church service in person, with most participating in the ceremony via a video link. It was not until Wednesday evening that the couple first experienced flu-like symptoms.