In order to cheer up the nation and NHS workers during the battle against the coronavirus, Sophie Tinger took Queen Elizabeth II’s message as inspiration and decided to dedicate her charming interpretation of We Will See You Again by Vera Lynn. In a video posted by her cousin Andrew Tenzer, she said, “Hi everyone, I hate this quarantine isolation thing.
“And also, anyone watching NHS, I just want to say that I really appreciate your work.
“Thank you very much for taking care of us. “
The video was taken up by ITV Good Morning Britain on Wednesday, with hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid congratulating Sophie on her beautiful voice.
Sophie later told Mirror Online: “This song means a lot to me because I would like to meet my friends and family again, but I don’t know where and when and gives people joy and hope like it did during the war.
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In her Sunday speech, the Queen added: “I want to thank everyone on the front lines of the NHS, as well as social workers and those in essential roles, who continue to lose interest in their daily tasks at outside the home to support us. all. I am sure the nation will join me in ensuring that what you do is appreciated and that every hour of your hard work brings us back to a return to more normal times.
“I would also like to thank those of you who are staying at home, helping to protect vulnerable families and saving many families the pain already felt by those who have lost loved ones. Together we are fighting this disease, and I want to reassure you that if we stay united and resolute, we will overcome it.
“I hope that in the years to come, everyone can be proud of their response to this challenge. And those who will succeed us will say that the British of this generation were as strong as all. That the attributes of self-discipline, calm, cheerful resolve and sympathy still characterize this country. Pride of who we are is not part of our past, it defines our present and our future.
“The moments when the United Kingdom came together to applaud its essential care and workers will be remembered as the expression of our national spirit, and its symbol will be the rainbow drawn by children.”