Before the UK was locked out, Kate and Prince William reportedly visited an NHS center in south London to show support for front-line workers. However, faced with the horrible reality of the coronavirus crisis, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge felt extremely worried. On the Royal Rota podcast, ITV News editor Chris Ship and producer Lizzie Robinson explained how the royal couple planned to stay in royal office while following the rules of seclusion.
“They are very involved and try to play their role and continue to play a role, even if it must be on the phone. “
Ship said the latest UK statistics: “We now have four front line NHS workers who have unfortunately died from coronaviruses.
“Nothing to do with Italy, where it’s something horrible like 60 or more. “
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He added, “But it’s something I’m sure William and Kate will be extremely concerned about. “
Mrs. Robinson agreed: “When we were on this 111 visit to Croydon, the Duke of Cambridge was talking to the CEO there about how in the coming weeks they would be playing the role virtually.
“They can now carry out missions almost from now on.
“We can see that they are trying to stay engaged and in touch even if it must be on the phone now. “
Mollard told listeners, “William and Kate visited the ambulance service with the NHS.
“I love the fact that Kate wore a pink Marks and Spencer costume.
“It was absolutely beautiful, but I like the fact that he is not a designer. He just said “I’m one of you”.
“She can afford to wear whatever she likes but I like the fact that it was normal.
“A Marks and Spencer costume is what women in London really wear to work. She did. “