Kate Middleton and Prince William joined in with the rest of the nation to clap in honour of all those who are working tirelessly to battle coronavirus.
Kensington Palace posted a touching video of Kate Middleton, 38, and 37 year old Prince William's children Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and one year old Prince Louis clapping in front of a brick wall.
The sweet clip sees Charlotte, who dons a black and white striped long-sleeved top, and her brothers, who both sport different hues of blue shirts on, standing in a row as they clap and giggle.
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It was captioned: "To all the doctors, nurses, carers, GPs, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff working tirelessly to help those affected by #COVID19 : thank you. #ClapForOurCarers#ClapForNHS ".
Hundreds of their 1.9. million followers were quick to comment on the sweet post as one person wrote: "A surprise we all truly needed. Thank you to the Cambridge’s and KP for this. Thank you so much to all the staff working so hard to keep all of us safe and healthy." [sic]
Another said: "Wow!!!!! I adore this! Well done @KensingtonRoyal this is truly something," [sic] alongside two heart emojis.
A third chimed: "OH MY GOODNESS!!! Just what we needed!!! Look at the babies!!! THANKYOU #DukeandDuchessofCambridge xxx," [sic] together with several heart emojis.
While a fourth added: "Adorable! Louis has grown so much, but he’s still our Bossbaby, well done to the beautiful Cambridge children". [sic]
Annemarie Plas is the woman behind the Clap for Carers campaign, who said she was inspired by similar initiatives taken in other countries, including The Netherlands and Italy.
She posted it on her social channels and said "before we knew it, it was spread across the nation."
Annemarie's intention is make sure people know that "we're all together in this."
The royal children, whose great grandmother the Queen recently fled to isolate in Windsor castle, weren't the only ones to celebrate doctors, nurses, pharmacists and more tonight, as thousands of other Brits stood outside on their balconies to show their appreciation for health workers.
Several landmarks also lit up in an NHS blue colour in honour of them, including The London Eye, the Wembley Arch, the Royal Albert Hall, the Principality Stadium and Lincoln Cathedral.
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The gesture hasn't gone unnoticed by the chief nursing officer of the NHS Ruth May, as she expressed how much she appreciated the national salute.
Ms May said: "Nurses and midwives in our care staff are working around the clock. They are working so hard.
"And I have a very huge personal thank you to make to them."
She added that she felt "very humble, very proud" before saying "a clap for our carers will mean so much for all our NHS staff and social care teams as well. Thank you. I appreciate it."
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