The sons of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge paid a moving tribute to all the staff of the NHS. The official Twitter account of Kensington Palace wrote: “To all doctors, nurses, health assistants, general practitioners, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff who work tirelessly to help people affected by # COVID19: thanks.”
Tonight hundreds of videos of the British people have been posted on Twitter cheering in respect for our SSN staff.
The United Kingdom organized the moving gesture to show appreciation for all frontline national health service staff who work tirelessly during the coronavirus pandemic.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are educated at home by Kate during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Real commentator Angela Mollard told ROYALS podcast that Duchess of Cambridge he has access to all the best resources to get his children back to school.
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Mollard said: “They are apparently educating their children at home.
“I’m not sure to the extent that their little ones use technology, the digital means to learn, but Kate is obviously a very dedicated parent when it comes to education.
“His main portfolio is childhood education, so he has access to the best resources.
“It’s quite instinctive, there’s a lot of room for them to get around.”
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