The children of Prince William and Kate Middleton joined the masses to applaud the heroes fighting on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kensington Palace posted a video on Thursday of Instagram of Prince George 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis 1 and 1 / 2, posted. Stand on a royal lawn and clap with the headline: "To all doctors, nurses, caregivers, general practitioners, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS employees who work tirelessly to help those affected by # COVID19: Thank you. #ClapForOurCarers #ClapForCarers #ThankYouNHS #ClapForNHS. "
At some point Louis, dressed in a sweater over a shirt with a collar and navy trousers, looks up at his brother, who is wearing a navy polo shirt and matching trousers, and his sister is wearing a striped one dark blue and white top over navy pants.
Countless People Nearby The world has been warned and instructed to stay at home, and has ventured onto its balconies to attend scheduled public applause sessions in honor of health care and other frontline workers.
Watch the delightful video of George, Charlotte, and Louis:
Also on Thursday, William's brother Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle shared a message on their Instagram story that read, "Thank you for everything you continue to do Applaud from across the pond #clapforourcarers #NHS [18 clapping emojis]. "
Harry and Meghan have been living in Canada with their 10-month-old son Archie Harrison since the end of last year and have been recently visited Britain, without the baby, for their last trip together as "Senior Royals" before their royal exit, which comes into force at the end of the month.
William and Kate and their children recently traveled away from their usual ways. Kensington Palace is a home on the Note Hall estate in Sandringham, where they normally live when the children are out of school. Like many parents, Kate and William recently had to teach their school-age children at home amid the pandemic.
Queen Elizabeth II. 93, and husband Prince Philip . 98, this week Buckingham Palace left London for Windsor Castle.
Clarence House revealed on Wednesday that William's father and the eldest son of the Queen Prince Charles was the 71-year-old heir to The British Throne was tested positive for the corona virus and added that he showed "mild symptoms" and remains with "good health".
For the latest information on the coronavirus pandemic and tips on preventing the spread of COVID-19, go to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention at https://www.cdc.gov.