The Queen Shares A New Video From Windsor Castle As Staff Clap For NHS Workers
The Queen shared a new video from Windsor Castle via social media that shows her entire staff joining the nation in clapping for the NHS workers. She also shared a powerful message, thanking all of those who are working as carers.
On Thursday evening at 8pm, Queen Elizabeth II joined the nation in showing support for the brave NHS workers, who are working non-stop to take care of those affected by the outbreak of the coronavirus. She also took to social media to share a video from Windsor Castle and another message of gratitude as well.
Queen Elizabeth II: "We thank you all"
The video clip shared on Twitter shows the courtyard at Windsor Castle with the entire staff clapping and cheering for the NHS workers across the nation.
About an hour before the video was shared, the Twitter account of the royal family sent out a separate message, thanking all "scientists, medical practitioners and emergency and public services" in the country, who are putting their health at risk to save others.
"We are enormously thankful for the expertise and commitment of our scientists, medical practitioners and emergency and public services."— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) March 26, 2020
We thank you all
@NHSuk #clapforourcarers pic.twitter.com/WWZouHw0bg
Meanwhile, the Queen's great grandchildren also showed their appreciation for the NHS staff in a cute video, that shows Prince George and his siblings Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis clapping vigorously!
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