The Royal Family have recorded a heartwarming message for International Nurses Day
Doctors, nurses, and all health workers have perhaps never been in the spotlight as much as they are at this moment in time. The covid-19 pandemic has forced most of us into our homes, and essential workers are out on the front line every day to ensure life goes on.
Coronavirus has changed the way we live our lives and highlighted the importance of health care workers, who have been working tirelessly throughout this pandemic to ensure the health of everyone they can.
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As we know, the Royal Family have taken to Zoom as a means of keeping in touch with eachother, as well as doing some work for the respective charities and organizations they work with.
Throughout this pandemic we've seen the Royals jump on Zoom in order to spread a positive message and keep spirits high across the United Kingdom.
This was no different yesterday, which was International Nurses Day. While maybe not the most high-profile of events, this year's IND certainly feels more poignant in light of what is going on in the world.
Appreciation for health workers has been evident from the actions of the Royal Family in recent weeks. Now, the whole family have come together for a Zoom call to really show how much the NHS means to them.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Royal, Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall, and the Countess of Wessex have appeared in a lovely video, speaking with nurses from several Commonwealth countries and expressing their gratitude for their work.
In his message, Prince Charles said 'On this International Nurses' Day my family and I want to join in the chorus of thank yous to nursing and midwifery staff across the country and indeed the world. Thank you all so much for the diligence and courage that you have shown.'
Have a look at the clip below, which was shared to the @KensingtonRoyal Twitter account