The amazing gift of Prince William and his sweet letter to the call of the captain of the NHS hero

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Prince William and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wrote to World War II veteran Captain Tom Moore whose fundraising efforts captured the hearts of the nation.

The Duke of Cambridge also made an undisclosed donation to the 99-year-old appeal, which has raised more than £ 16 million for the NHS, said Kensington Palace.

Captain Moore has walked many lengths of his garden and originally set the goal of 100, reaching his goal today.

But he has continued to progress at the Bedfordshire home where he lives with his family, and plans to continue as donations continue to flow.



The Duke of Cambridge pictured with his wife Kate

His actions have earned him praise in all areas with Boris Johnson, recovering after spending a period of intensive care with Covid-19, seeking ways to honor the veteran of the Second World War.

Originally from Keighley, West Yorkshire, Cpt Moore trained as a civil engineer before enlisting in the military for the Second World War, becoming captain and serving in India and Burma.



The country has Captain Moore at heart
He conquered the heart of the country

The Prime Minister’s spokesperson said at a briefing in Westminster: “From his military contributions to his support for NHS personnel, Tom has shown a life of bravery and compassion.

“The Prime Minister will certainly be looking for ways to recognize Tom’s heroic efforts. “



Captain Tom Moore, 99, raised nearly £ 15 million for the NHS

William, followed in the footsteps of his father the Prince of Wales, who is a well-known writer, and wrote a note to Mr. Moore.

Its content is not known, but it is likely that he wrote to congratulate the 99-year-old who, speaking on arrival, said “good” and that he was “surrounded by the good kind of people. “

Elsewhere, a petition has been launched for Captain Moore to be knighted.

These calls for him to become a “gentleman” were led by Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan.



Aintree University Hospital Nurse Tears a Tear and Pays Tribute to Super Fundraiser Tom Moore at “Clap for Our Carers” and NHS

Nearly 100 petitions requesting that Captain Tom be knighted have now been launched, the most popular on Change.org with more than 400,000 signatures.

The 99-year-old actor is Just Giving’s biggest fundraiser, and said he was knighted by the Queen as “the greatest honor anyone can get.”

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has already said that he plans to call the hero of World War II a knight.

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“Tom has captured the heart of the nation through his heroic efforts and has raised an incredible amount of money for hardworking NHS personnel,” said a spokesman for Downing Street.

“From his military contributions to supporting NHS personnel, Tom has shown a life of bravery and compassion.

“The Prime Minister will certainly be looking for ways to recognize Tom for his heroic efforts.”

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