Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte And Prince George have applauded the NHS amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday evening, the UK public opened their windows at 8pm to support the Clap For Our Carers campaign to bring together the nation to thank NHS workers who are battling Covid-19.
Minutes after 8pm rang, the Kensington Palace Instagram account shared a video of the three young royals applauding the NHS, presumably from their Anmer Hall residence in Norfolk where they are currently living during the pandemic.
"To all the doctors, nurses, carers, GPs, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff working tirelessly to help those affected by #COVID19: thank you," the caption reads.
In the video, Prince Louis can be seen stood between his older siblings wearing a blue jumper and matching-coloured shirt.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte stands clapping in a striped monochrome long-sleeved top while her older brother wears a pair of jeans and navy blue polo shirt.
Several of the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William’s followers have commented on the sweet clip, thanking them for sharing an update regarding their family and showing support for the NHS.
"Thank for this," one user commented.
"Oh, so adorable," another added.
Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited an NHS London Ambulance 111 control room in South London, to thank them for their work offering advice to people during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made the visit privately on Thursday March 20, Kensington Palace revealed.
In photos shared to the Palace's Instagram account, the couple both wore suits. The mother-of-three wore a coral pink from Marks and Spencer two-piece while her husband wore a navy blue suit while chatting to staff and observing the control room.
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