Declan Donnelly applauds caregivers in weekly NHS tribute amid COVID-19 crisis

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Declan Donnelly and his wife Ali Astall joined Holly Willoughby, Tess Daly and Vernon Kay as Many stars attended nationwide applause in honor of the NHS, police and key workers during the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday evening.

Presenter Dec, 44, and Ali, 42, were seen outside their home as they joined millions of people across the country at 8 p.m. to cheer for heroes across the country who continue to put yourself in danger to defeat the coronavirus.

Stars including Holly Willoughby, the Beckhams, Tess Daly, Vernon Kay, Cheryl and Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra in the national event.

Hurray! Declan Donnelly and wife Ali Astall joined Holly Willoughby, Tess Daly and Vernon Kay as a slew of stars applauded nationwide in honor of the NHS, police and workers keys to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday evening.

Hurray! Declan Donnelly and wife Ali Astall joined Holly Willoughby, Tess Daly and Vernon Kay as a slew of stars applauded nationwide in honor of the NHS, police and workers keys to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday evening.

Dec cut a relaxed figure from skinny jeans, a black long sleeve top and sneakers as he proudly cheered the caregivers on his doorstep.

Meanwhile, Ali was wearing snake skinny pants which she paired with a black zip top and a T-shirt underneath when she joined her famous husband outside.

Holly 39, shared a snapshot of her broken wooden spoon on Instagram that she captioned: ‘#clapforourcarers #nhs ❤️.’

Strict host Tess, 50, shared a photo of herself and her husband Vernon, 45, wearing the Clap For Our Carers charity t-shirts. She wrote, “THANKS NHS. While we are at home, you risk your life for us on the front lines. We cannot thank you enough for your bravery and kindness.

Leading the stars: Stars such as Holly Willoughby, Tess Daly, Vernon Kay, Cheryl and Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra joined the couple at the national event.

Leading the stars: Stars such as Holly Willoughby, Tess Daly, Vernon Kay, Cheryl and Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra joined the couple at the national event.

Home: Dec cut a relaxed figure into skinny jeans, a black long sleeve top and sneakers as he proudly cheered on caregivers at his door

Set: Meanwhile, Ali was wearing snake skin pants that she paired with a black zip top and a T-shirt underneath when she joined her famous husband outside.

Home: Dec cut a relaxed figure out of skinny jeans, a black long sleeve top and sneakers as he proudly applauded caregivers at his door

‘100% of the proceeds from this charity T-shirt by @kindred_social and #clapforourcarers go to NHS Charities Together @nhscharitiestogether. Tonight at 8 a.m., we will get our hands dirty and applaud the best #nhs #nhsheroes #stayhomestaysafe xx in this country.

Cheryl also shared a moment of herself wearing the rainbow NHS charity T-shirt on her Instagram grid as she kindly revealed “Thursdays at 8 p.m. become firmly what I look forward to most weeks “.

David Beckham, who had been isolated in the Cotswolds with his family, appeared to be back in London as he shared a video of his applause.

Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra were seen cheering for the NHS outside their home in Sandbanks, Dorset.

Proud: The couple proudly applauded the NHS, key workers and police who help fight COVID-19

Proud: The couple proudly applauded the NHS, key workers and police who help fight COVID-19

Hope: the Clap For Carers campaign, which started online, was organized because

Well Named! For the past three weeks, NHS workers have received the nation's applause and applause

Hope: the Clap For Carers campaign, which started online, was organized because “during these unprecedented times, they should know that we are grateful,” said the organizers.

Katie Price, who isolates herself with her 17-year-old eldest son Harvey, who is “at high risk of dying” if he gets coronavirus, also shared a video of the duo.

Paul’s 72-year-old brother, who recently revealed he had battled a “mild” form of coronavirus, also shared a video of him cheering on Twitter.

Rocky Queen Brian May, 72, joined actress Anita Dobson’s wife at their doorstep to show their appreciation.

Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes also posted a video of their home while banging pots and pans to show their appreciation.

Applause: Holly 39 shared a snapshot of her broken wooden spoon on Instagram which she captioned: '#clapforourcarers #nhs ❤️.'

Applause: Holly 39, shared a snapshot of her broken wooden spoon on Instagram which she captioned: ‘#clapforourcarers #nhs ❤️.’

Thank you! Strict host Tess, 50, shared a photo of herself and her husband Vernon, 45, wearing the Clap For Our Carers charity t-shirts. She wrote: 'THANK YOU NHS.'

Thank you! Strict host Tess, 50, shared a photo of herself and her husband Vernon, 45, wearing the Clap For Our Carers charity t-shirts. She wrote: ‘THANK YOU NHS.’

Funny: Cheryl also got involved by sharing a photo of herself wearing a Clap For Our Carers charity t-shirt

Funny: Cheryl also got involved by sharing a photo of herself wearing a Clap For Our Carers charity t-shirt

Applause: Christine Lampard and her husband Frank were also seen joining the nation on their doorstep

Applause: Christine Lampard and her husband Frank were also seen joining the nation on their doorstep

Myleene Klass shared a sweet video of herself and her seven-month-old son Apollo outside as they joined in the applause.

Amanda Holden revealed that she went to West Middlesex University Hospital in London to cheer up NHS workers and midwives. She shared a video of her in the parking lot with front line staff while she applauded them.

Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne also joined their two sons Parker and Carter when they entered.

The Clap For Carers campaign, which started online, was organized because “during these unprecedented times, they should know that we are grateful,” said the organizers.

For the past three weeks, NHS workers have received the nation’s applause and applause.

Back in the City of London: David Beckham, who had been isolated in the Cotswolds with his family, appeared to be back in London when he shared a video of his street applause

Idyllic: Former footballer shared a snapshot of the skyline by adding a NHS blue heart GIF

Back in the City of London: David Beckham, who had been isolated in the Cotswolds with his family, appeared to be back in London when he shared a video of his street applause

Applause: Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra were seen applauding for the NHS outside their home in Sandbanks, Dorset

Applause: Harry Redknapp and his wife Sandra were seen applauding for the NHS outside their home in Sandbanks, Dorset

High risk: Katie Price, who isolates herself with her eldest child Harvey, 17, who has a `` high risk of dying '' if he catches a coronavirus, also shared a video of the duo joining

High risk: Katie Price, who self-isolates with her older child Harvey, 17, who has a “high risk of dying” if he catches a coronavirus, also shared a video of the duo joining

We will Rock You! Rocker Queen Brian May, 72, joined actress Anita Dobson's wife at their doorstep to show their appreciation

We will Rock You! Rocker Queen Brian May, 72, joined actress Anita Dobson’s wife at their doorstep to show their appreciation

Oh baby! Myleene Klass shared a sweet video of her and her seven-month-old grandson Apollo outside

Hurray! They joined the applause

Oh baby! Myleene Klass shared a sweet video of herself and her seven-month-old grandson Apollo outside as they joined in the applause

But earlier this month, the event, organized by the Clap For Our Carers campaign, was expanded to include all key workers, such as supermarket staff, emergency workers, and teachers who continue to work. .

Clap For Carers is part of the #lightitblue campaign that was organized by members of the event and entertainment industry to thank you.

Piers Morgan, Chris Moyles and Kate Garraway were among the famous presenters who said they supported the event.

Clap For Our Carers T-shirts were unveiled earlier this month and benefit NHS charities during the COVID-19 crisis.

Wow: Amanda Holden revealed that she went to West Middlesex University Hospital in London to cheer up NHS workers and midwives. She shared a video of her in the parking lot with front line staff while cheering them on

Wow: Amanda Holden revealed that she went to West Middlesex University Hospital in London to cheer up NHS workers and midwives. She shared a video of her in the parking lot with front line staff while she applauded them

Family: Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne also joined their two sons Parker and Carter when they entered

Cheers: Wayne seen cheering in video

Family: Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne also joined their two sons Parker and Carter when they entered

Doing their part: Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes also posted a video of their house as they knocked together to show their appreciation

Doing their part: Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes also posted a video of their house as they knocked together to show their appreciation

Annemarie Plas, 36, of Streatham Hill, London, mother of two had the idea of ​​applauding NHS workers and partnered with British social enterprise Kindred to unveil the Clap For t-shirt Our Carers.

The £ 20 top, available for purchase through kindred.co, has a large rainbow across the front with the words “thank you” below. It was designed by Kindred founder Aaron Simpson and his wife Leanne.

One hundred percent of the money will go to NHS Charities Together, which supports front-line workers, emergency workers and caregivers. The goal is to raise £ 5 million.

Celebrate: Chuckle Brother Paul, 72, who recently revealed he was fighting with a

Celebrate: 72-year-old Chuckle Brother Paul, who recently revealed he was fighting with a “mild” form of coronavirus, also shared a video of him cheering on Twitter

Sisters: Linda and Maureen Nolan were also seen joining the applause on their way home

Sisters: Linda and Maureen Nolan were also seen joining the applause on their way home

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