Katie Price and her son Harvey thanked NHS staff in a comforting video as they participated in the Clap For Carers campaign during the coronavirus shutdown on Thursday.
The reality star, 41, and Harvey, 17, congratulated healthcare workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic across the country.
In Katie’s Instagram video, she thanked the NHS for their help and for always caring for her son – who has multiple disabilities – during the epidemic.
Sweet: Katie Price and her son Harvey thanked NHS staff in a comforting video as they participated in the Clap For Carers campaign during the coronavirus lockout on Thursday
In the video, she said: “ Me and Harvey would like … we want to say a big thank you to everyone, all the caregivers, the nurses, the doctors, everyone who is helping right now. Harvey thanks you very much.
“And you were amazing with Harvey’s medicine and everything, so stay well and thank you.”
She captioned the video: “A huge thank you to all the health and social care staff on our front lines during this pandemic.
“Harvey and I will applaud you at 8:00 this evening. Please join us and cheer from your windows, doors and balconies.
Praise: 41-year-old reality star and 17-year-old Harvey praised healthcare workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic across the country
At birth, Harvey was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, Prader-Willi syndrome, among other health complications, including blindness from septo-optic dysplasia while he is also autistic, a thyroid and diabetes. sub-assets.
Katie has joined a host of stars applauding the NHS, including Daniel Craig and his wife Rachel Weisz, the Beckham family, Phillip Schofield, Gemma Collins and Rochelle Humes.
The Clap For Carers campaign, which started online, was organized because “during these unprecedented times, they should know that we are grateful,” said the organizers.
Grateful: In Katie’s Instagram video, she thanked the NHS for their help and for always caring for her son – who has multiple disabilities – during the epidemic
He followed similar movements in Italy and Spain – which have the highest number of deaths in the world – which created astonishing scenes earlier this month as they cheered from the terraces of the country’s cities.
NHS chief nurse Ruth May said she appreciates the national salute planned to honor NHS workers.
Ruth said, “The nurses and midwives in our caregivers work 24 hours a day. They work so hard. And I have a very big personal thank you to them.
She said she felt “very humble, very proud, and an applause for our caregivers will mean a lot to all of our NHS staff and our social care teams.” Thank you. I appreciate it.’
Katie captioned the video: “A huge thank you to all the health and social services staff on our front lines during this pandemic”
A London-based intensive care nurse added to MailOnline: “It is such a great appreciation for the staff and we are truly grateful. We all really appreciate it.
“The nurses don’t want to be heroes, we don’t want to be that, we just want people not to be sick and not to enter us. We don’t see ourselves as heroes, it’s just what we do every day.
Clap For Carers is part of the #lightitblue campaign that was organized by members of the event and entertainment industry to thank you.
Piers Morgan, Chris Moyles and Kate Garraway were among the famous presenters who said they supported the event.
The presenter of Radio X Moyles gathered his listeners to “make noise for thousands and thousands of people [in the NHS] that we will probably never meet, just to say “thank you” for all they do for us “with a powerful message.
After the applause, Chris went on Twitter in disbelief to share his reaction, writing: “ Delighted to say that lots of neighbors were outside applauding, applauding, hissing and even hitting pans to make noise for our incredible, brilliant and brave NHS workers. Thank you for everything you do for us. #clapforNHS. ”
Diagnosis: Harvey has a rare genetic disorder, Prader-Willi syndrome, among other health complications, including blindness due to septo-optic dysplasia while he is also autistic.