William and Kate have shared a message of support for the NHS
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently self-isolating in their country residence in Norfolk, but that hasn't stopped them from doing their bit to support the NHS workers on the front line during this pandemic.
Healthcare workers in the UK and beyond are working tirelessly to combat Covid-19, and every little bit of support must mean so much.
To provide that important boost, the Duke and Duchess picked up the phone, and sent a heartwarming message to healthcare workers.
The pair shared the message on their Instagram account in which they thanked the NHS for their work. Prince William can be heard saying 'The whole country is proud of you — so thank you for everything you're doing and all the hours you are putting in.'
As well as this, Kate stressed the importance in personal safety. She said 'You're stretched in all sorts of ways looking after the patients in your care under such extreme circumstances. But you also need to be able to make sure you support yourselves, and each other. It must be so hard, but I'm glad to hear that you're currently getting all the support you need.'
It certainly is a lovely gesture by the Cambridges.
Have a look at he video below
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☎️ “We’d just like to say from the two of us how proud we are of all of you and how amazingly you are all doing under extreme circumstances. • The whole country is proud of you — so thank you for everything you’re doing and all the hours you are putting in.” • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge held telephone conversations with staff at two UK hospitals to thank them for their tireless work responding to the #covid19 outbreak. • During calls to Queen’s Hospital Burton in Staffordshire and the University Hospital Monklands in North Lanarkshire, The Duke and Duchess heard about the impact of the spread of the #coronavirus on the personal and professional lives of staff. • The NHS workers, including doctors and nurses, told The Duke and Duchess about the invaluable support they have received from their local communities as well as how they are supporting each other as they work through this crisis. • For the latest advice and guidance, please visit the NHS website — link in our bio. • #clapforourcarers #thankyounhs #nhsthankyou