William, Kate And The Children Join UK To Thank NHS Workers
On Thursday evening, William, Kate, George, Charlotte and Louis joined the nation in clapping to honour NHS heroes and key workers bravely battling the coronavirus.
The family came out of their home Anmer Hall and took part in the #ClapForOurCarers moment during BBC One’s Big Night In special.
The Cambridges looks quite fashionable, all matching in varied shades of blue. Kate, who’s wearing floral blue dress by Ghost, accessorised with drop earrings, can be seen holding birthday boy Louis.
And just like mom, Charlotte is also dressed in a floral, pale blue dress. She’s standing next to big brother George, who is dressed in a check shirt; similar to the one Louis wore in his birthday portraits.
The Cambridge siblings have been encouraged to take part in the “Clap for Carers” every week. The applause took place tonight at 8pm as millions stood on their front-door steps and on their balconies.
This marks the fifth time the UK clapped to thank the NHS for their work amid the coronavirus outbreak; since it first started on Thursday, March 26.
This is the second time George, Charlotte and Louis were clapping in appreciation for NHS workers. The Palace has previously shared a video of the siblings giving a big round of applause for key workers.
Prince Charles and Camilla also joined the “Clap for Our Carers” movement outside their front door of their home at Birkhall, Scotland.
Since the coronavirus outbreak, the NHS and its staff is something that William and Kate have been focusing on.
This week, the couple also announced a new initiative to support key workers.
“Our Frontline” aims to provide a range of one-to-one sessions and online classes for emergency service staff, carers and key workers who are struggling with their mental well-being.