Prince William and Kate are doing their part in the fight against the COVID-19. The couple has been sharing important coronavirus updates on their website, including how they are supporting those working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
Their statement on their website reads: “Working to connect our partners with those who are able to provide practical support to frontline responders and their families;
“Doing all we can to promote and support the charities that can play a part in helping responders and their families with their mental health needs;
“And playing our part in the national effort to thank and celebrate all those working on the frontline of this crisis.”
They also changed the homepage of the website to reflect their new focus. It displays photos of their visit to NHS London Ambulance 111 control room in South London, last month.
The coronavirus may keep Prince William and Kate from carrying out their public engagements. Still, they found other ways to carry out their work while they remain in lockdown. They keep in touch with the organizations through social media, phone calls and video chats.
On Sunday, it was announced that Prince William had become patron of the National Emergency Trust.
In honour of his new role, the Palace posted video of William; sharing some heartfelt words of gratitude with volunteers from two small charities in Yorkshire and Wales.
A week ago, the couple made a video call with pupils and teachers at Casterton Primary Academy, in Burnley. They thanked the teachers for keeping the school open for children of key workers during the coronavirus pandemic
Not only Prince William and Kate, but their children got involved in support of NHS staffers. The Palace had shared a video of George, Charlotte and Louis clapping in appreciation for all the frontline NHS staff working tirelessly during these times.