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William and Kate congratulated the 71-year-old man after his speech to the nation on Wednesday. It was the first time Charles had been seen since his battle with the coronavirus.

During his speech, Charles thanked NHS workers as well as volunteers and neighbors who provide care to the vulnerable when needed.

The images were taken from the Prince of Wales’ home office in his Scottish residence, Birkhall, where he is currently self-isolating.

The video was shared on Clarence House’s Instagram account.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have also republished the images on their own social media page, Kensington Royal.

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Kate and William sent a warm message of support to Charles (Image: GETTY)

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have also republished the images on their own social media page, Kensington Royal. (Image: GETTY)

They shared the clip alongside the message: “A message from the Prince of Wales” and a star emoji reading “tap to watch”.

In Charles’ speech, he spoke of his experience with the disease.

Although he suffered from mild symptoms, he described how he was personally affected by COVID-19.

He said it was “a strange, frustrating and often frustrating experience.”

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During his speech, Charles thanked NHS workers as well as volunteers and neighbors who provide care to the vulnerable when needed. (Image: GETTY)

His speech also highlighted the work of Age UK, in which he is a charity patron, as well as Silver Line, of which Camilla is a patron.

The speech ended with details on how to stay healthy from the NHS, as well as figures for Age UK and Silver Line.

Prince William and Kate also did their part, continually showing their support for front line workers at the NHS.

The royal couple recently supported a Public Health initiative in England to improve the mental health of the country during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Images were taken from the Prince of Wales home office (Image: GETTY)

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In Charles’ speech he talked about his experience with the disease (Image: GETTY)

The new directive provides helpful advice on how to take care of your own well-being, as well as advice to parents and guardians on the mental health of children during arrest.

The Duke and Duchess also visited staff at an NHS 111 call center in Croydon in March to highlight their vital work in managing the coronavirus epidemic.

All members of the royal family also took part in the country’s NHS match last Thursday.

The Queen shared images of her staff cheering at Windsor Castle, while Charles and Camilla posted videos of them cheering in separate rooms of Birkhall, the Prince of Wales still self-insulating at the time.

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Royal family tree (Image: EXPRESS)

Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis also participated and were filmed applauding from their garden at Anmer Hall, to the delight of royal fans.

Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth II reported that business was proceeding as usual at Windsor Castle.

This week, the monarch appointed his cousin, Lady Elizabeth Shakerley, commander of the Royal Order of Victoria according to the court circular.

The Court Circular is the register that records all official tasks performed by members of the royal family.

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The Royal Family All Showed Support For The NHS During The Global Crisis (Image: GETTY)

The entry relating to the Queen dated March 31 read as follows: “Lady Elizabeth Shakerley was appointed Commander of the Royal Order of Victoria by the Queen today and has received the insignia. “

The Court Circular does not mention whether this appointment was made face to face, by telephone or by video chat.

Other entries detail how the engagement was carried out by self-isolated members of the royal family.

The Court circular states, for example, that Princess Anne “participated in a meeting with Lord Levy and Mr. Richard Kramer via a conference call” on March 31.

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