Princes George, Louis & Princess Charlotte Join Royals & Rest of the UK in 'Clap for Our Carers' Initiative
Just like Prince William and Kate Middleton, their kids appreciate the due diligence of the healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. To honor their sacrifice, Princess Charlotte and Princes George and Louise applauded them in a new Instagram video by Kensington Palace.
The royal family is doing its part to honor the healthcare workers in the United Kingdom who are tirelessly working to support the victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
As a tribute to such dedicated people, Prince Harry and Kate Middleton's children clapped in a new video shared on their parents' Instagram page.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis join The Queen and Members of @TheRoyalFamily to watch the @RoyalAirForceUK @RAFRedArrows fly past over Buckingham Palace, following Trooping the Colour, The Queen’s Birthday Parade. Trooping the Colour has marked the official birthday of the British Sovereign for over 260 years. Over 1400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together each June in a great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare to mark The Queen's official birthday.📷PA @TheRoyalFamily #TroopingtheColour #BuckinghamPalace #QBP2019
CLAP FOR THE CARERS
In the caption, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge addressed all the healthcare professionals and thanked them for their service.
The video featured the youngest of the siblings, Prince Louis, standing between his older siblings, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, as they enthusiastically clapped in unison.
All of the Cambridge kids were dressed in different shades of blue. According to "PEOPLE," the Cambridges are believed to be self-isolating in their Ammer Hall, their Sandringham country estate.
George and Charlotte's school is closed for now. Meanwhile, they are doing some online learning from the comfort of their home.
Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth also paid tribute to the NHS workers. The royal household a Windsor Castle clapped to honor the healthcare professionals.
PRINCE CHARLES CLAPS IN ISOLATION
Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, also showed their support for NHS workers from their Scottish home, Birkhall. Clarence House posted a video of the royals clamming from separate rooms on their Instagram stories.
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The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will jointly visit the Republic of Cyprus and Jordan next month. Prior to this, The Prince will also visit Bosnia and Herzegovina. Key themes of the Spring Tour 2020 ⬇️ . 🇧🇦In the year of the 25th anniversary of the genocide, The Prince will visit Bosnia and Herzegovina where he will highlight reforms to improve citizens’ lives. 🇨🇾The Prince and The Duchess will make their first official visit to The Republic of Cyprus to recognise the work of the UN Peacekeeping Force and celebrate traditional Cypriot culture. 🇯🇴Their Royal Highnesses will visit The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to learn what the country is doing to support refugees and showcase its rich cultural history. Read more about Their Royal Highnesses’ forthcoming Spring Tour, which will take place from 17th to 25th March, by following the link in our bio. 📸 PA
Just a day before the gesture, the Prince of Wales was tested positive for COVID-19. The heir to the British throne is currently self-isolating away from his wife in Scotland.
According to the Clarance House, the royal is only displaying mild symptoms and is in good health. Since Charles had attended many public events prior to getting sick, it is unclear as to how or where he got it.
The Queen, who last saw Prince Charles on March 12, remains in good health. She is taking the precautionary advice seriously to ensure sound health.
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