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Princess Anne: Carers "Should Be Celebrated And Never Forgotten", Pays Tribute To Frontline Workers

Princess Anne said that carers "should be celebrated and never forgotten."
June 10, 2020 - 11:02 / Clemens Fanger

As the UK is celebrating National Carers Week, Princess Anne has paid tribute to all frontline workers and said that they "should be celebrated and never forgotten!"

In a heartwarming video message, Princess Anne has paid tribute to all carers and frontline workers across the country, as the UK is celebrating National Carers Week. Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter addressed the 7 million carers as the President of the Carer's Trust, a charity that supports unpaid carers who are caring for a family member or friend who is ill, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems.

Princess Anne: "Thank you so much for everything you do"

"If you are an unpaid family carer, thank you so much for everything you do to care for those who cannot care for themselves," the Princess Royal said in the video. "This Carers Week and always, please know that your role is a vital one. One to be highlighted and celebrated and one that should never be forgotten. Thank you."

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The short but sweet clip was shared to the royal family's official Instagram account on June 9 and received some great comments from royal fans, who were moved by Princess Anne's message. The royal is said to be in isolation at Gatcombe Park, the estate in Gloucestershire estate where her children Peter and Zara Phillips are also living with their families.

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