Since the lockdown began, the royal family have used their positions to try to bring the nation closer together. Several members of the royal family have seen members of the public visiting across the country to give royal fans across the UK some hope throughout the pandemic. In the midst of their actions, Express.co.uk asked in a poll today, October 20: “Who was the best royal role model during the COVID crisis?”
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall recorded 58, Prince Charles 38, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex 25, Prince Harry 23, while Prince Philip and Edward recorded 20 and 10 respectively.
Kate and William have been a constant social media presence during the pandemic in contact with the public.
Today she joined William to meet the participants of his lockdown photography competition in London today.
The Duchess launched the ‘Hold Still’ community photography project in May and invited people from across the country to submit their own photos.
There were 31,000 public entries within six weeks of the start of the project.
After being released today, the selected 100 images will be used at 80 locations across the UK.
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“She told me how she wanted to build a snapshot of how Britain was dealing with the pandemic, but to show all facets of what people have been through and are still going through.
“The Duchess came across as very caring and dedicated, I was so impressed that she took the time to call me.
In the US, Harry and Meghan have said they have ‘kissed’ every moment with their son Archie.
The pair opened up about their lockdown experience today at a TIME100 event.
Meghan and Harry were interviewed by Time Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal, who asked what they had done to help them deal with the pandemic.
Meghan said in response: ‘We are trying to enjoy all the quality time we spend with our son and embrace the very moment of his growth and development.
“There are a lot of things to focus on, a lot of work.
“This is the opportunity to spend more time with the family than we probably would otherwise. ”
The ballot opened at 2:23 p.m. on October 20 and closed at 10:15 p.m.