- On Sunday, Kate Middleton and Prince William paid a face-to-face visit to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
- The visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge commemorates the 72nd anniversary of the British National Health Service.
- The Cambridges have recently resumed official face-to-face visits as locking restrictions begin to lift in the UK.
Duchess Kate and Prince William have returned to some of their official royal engagements in person after a long period of foreclosure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On Sunday, Kate and William went to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn to mark the 72nd anniversary of the NHS, the National Health Service in the United Kingdom. The couple also took the opportunity to “thank the health and welfare staff who continue to provide crucial support in the national response to COVID-19,” according to a press release from Kensington Palace.
As @middletonmaven noted, Duchess Kate looked gorgeous in a Beulah London dress. The brand’s delicate Shalini floral silk midi dress is unfortunately sold out, and it’s easy to understand why the duchess chose such a perfect look. As reported by @CambSussYork, Kate accessorized the outfit with Patrick Mavros gold earrings.
During the visit, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had afternoon tea to celebrate the National Health Service’s birthday. In addition, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital will celebrate its 40th anniversary on July 22, 2020. According to the Kensington Palace press release, “The Queen Elizabeth Hospital has cared for patients since 1980 and currently serves a population of approximately 331,000 people. Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. ”
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The hospital also played a key role in providing care during the coronavirus pandemic, with approximately 450 COVID-19 patients receiving treatment at the center. The press release also revealed that the Queen Elizabeth Hospital “has now recruited 46 patients for the COVID-19 recovery trial, more than 500 of whom were enrolled in their other coronavirus research studies”.
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