‘We love you so much!’ Stacey Solomon has tears in her eyes as she and her son Rex join the nation to applaud NHS workers in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis
Stacey Solomon fought back tears on Thursday as she and her 10-month-old son Rex joined the country to applaud NHS workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The 30-year-old Loose Women star checked out her Instagram stories to record her participation in the mass salute, and admitted that she was moved to tears as she joined health workers, who continue to put in danger.
After proudly cheering from his front window, the TV personality said: “ I have never been so lucky that it is isolated with my family knowing that there are so many amazing people at risk for them life and move away from their own family to make sure we’re ok and get through this … We love you so much.
Applause: Stacey Solomon resisted tears on Thursday as she and her 10-month-old son Rex joined the country to applaud NHS workers amid the coronavirus pandemic
In the video, the star rocked the adorable Rex with applause and added the caption: “ I don’t know if you can [hear] but the whole street applauds and I had to stop the camera because I was going to burst into tears.
Captioned her follow-up clip, she wrote: “ I am so thankful to have the privilege of being isolated with my family, knowing that there are so many [INCREDIBLE], selfless [heroes] out there risking their lives to make sure we stay safe and get through that. Thanks thanks thanks. We love you. Our [heroes] xxx. “
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.
Emotional: after the moment, the 30-year-old television personality had tears in her eyes when she personally paid tribute to NHS workers for their efforts.
Grateful: She said: ‘I have never been so lucky that it is isolated with my family knowing that there are so many amazing people who risk their lives … to make sure we are well’ ”
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.
May said, “Our nurses and midwives 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.’
We are a family: Stacey is government-locked out with partner Joe Swash and their family, including son Rex
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.
Stacey Solomon is in a government-mandated lockout with partner Joe Swash, their toddler son Rex and his sons Zachary, 12, and Leighton, seven.
Mother of three: the star is also the mother of Rex’s big brothers, Zachary, 12, and Leighton, seven.