The Sun: Duchess Kate Was Moved to Tears by Stories from Frontline Staff Amid COVID-19 Crisis

A source recently revealed that Kate Middleton was "moved to tears" by stories from frontline workers battling the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, set up the new initiative "Our Frontline" alongside her husband William, 37, a week ago.

The new mental health support service will see charities and organizations implement nonstop help to everybody from NHS staff to transport drivers. 

Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey on March 9, 2020 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images

Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey on March 9, 2020 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images

A DRIVING FORCE

"They have both been incredibly affected by stories they have heard and Kate, in particular, has been moved to tears by some of the stories she has heard about the sacrifices frontline workers are making," an insider told The Sun. 

The Duke of Cambridge led discussions with the organizations. Kate, however, was a driving force behind the activity. She was engaged with the arranging and coordination of the service.  

The royal couple said that supporting frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic will be their top priority in the months ahead. They additionally said that they are profoundly dedicated to guaranteeing support is in place. 

RAISING AWARENESS

As reported by the Daily Mail, Charities Mind, Samaritans, and Hospice UK will all be involved in the initiative. Shout, a text messaging helpline supporting individuals in crisis, will also play a big role.

The charitable organization of Kate and William, who tied the knot on April 29, 2011, will help bring issues to light about the new resource.

Frontline staff and key workers can contact a trained volunteer, who will give guidance and mental health support for them.

PROVIDING EXPERTISE

"Each of these organisations will be providing expertise in their relative field, to support the extraordinary people on the frontline responding to COVID-19 in the UK," Kate and William shared in an announcement on Instagram.

Frontline staff and key workers can contact a trained volunteer, who will give guidance and mental health support for them.

As reported by Fox News, a royal source said that the concept was born out of William and Kate both visiting and hearing from many representatives in the mental health community.

The community predicts the inconvenience ahead with regard to the mental health of these dedicated frontline workers.

William and Kate are working from home amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. They have been in regular contact with associations and patronages to comprehend the issues they are facing during this trying time.

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