The children of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a touching tribute to all NHS staff. The official Kensington Palace Twitter account wrote: “To all doctors, nurses, caregivers, general practitioners, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff who work tirelessly to help those affected by # COVID19: Thank you.”
Hundreds of videos of Britons applauding as a sign of respect for our NHS staff were posted on Twitter tonight.
The United Kingdom organized this comforting gesture to show appreciation to all front-line NHS staff working tirelessly during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis received home schooling from Kate during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Royal commentator Angela Mollard told the ROYALS podcast that the Duchess of Cambridge has access to all the best resources to educate their children at home.
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Ms. Mollard said: “They apparently school their children at home.
“I’m not sure as their little ones use technology, digital means to learn, but Kate is obviously a very devoted parent when it comes to education.
“Her main portfolio is early childhood education, so she has access to the best resources.
“She’s pretty instinctive, there’s plenty of room for them to go out and walk around.”
As of this writing, Britain has the 9th largest number of COVID-19 cases in the world.
The UK has over 9,800 cases in total.
The death toll in Britain is currently 477.
A total of 135 people have recovered from coronavirus in the UK.