Royal fans swoon over ‘fit’ Prince William’s rippling ‘guns’ as he gets his first Covid vaccine

PRINCE William has received his first Covid-19 vaccination this week and royal fans have been sent into a frenzy over his “rippling guns”.

The Duke of Cambridge, 38, shared a photo this morning of him being injected by NHS staff at London's Science Museum, where Health Secretary Matt Hancock also got his jab.

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It is unclear if William got a dose of Pfizer or AstraZeneca.

The photo showed the left-handed dad-of-three with his right sleeve rolled up while he was attended to by two healthcare workers.

It was captioned: “On Tuesday I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. To all those working on the vaccine rollout – thank you for everything you’ve done and continue to do.”

Many fans couldn’t resist pointing out the heir to the throne’s bulging bicep, with one saying: “Check out those guns!”

Another added: “Ha ha, I was just thinking he’s looking pretty fit.”

Others branded him “Prince Hottie” and added heart emojis to the photo on their royal account.

And a third said: “Sorry but NICE GUNS is all I see here.”

Prince William got the vaccine in line with the government’s rollout, with people over the age of 34 being invited to book their jabs from this morning.

NHS England has said over one million people aged 34 and 35 will get a text message today or Friday saying they can now book their dose.

It is expected that people in their early thirties will receive their texts in the coming “days or weeks”.

Other members of the royal family to receive their Covid-19 jabs are the Queen and the Prince of Wales.

It is not known whether the Duchess of Cambridge, 39, has had her vaccination.

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