Victoria and David Beckham have both shared a message on Instagram urging her fans to be “resilient” during the coronavirus outbreak.
It comes shortly after David Beckham shared some health advice on his account, encouraging people to “wash hands regularly” and “avoid close contact”.
The fashion designer started her message by saying: “Everything feels strange and uncertain with Covid-19.”
She also described how she was overwhelmed with the solidarity and kindness being shown online.
She said: “My thoughts have been with all of you - my community and your loved ones. I hope everyone is keeping safe and protecting themselves x We are continuing to learn from the experts and navigating a new way of communicating and supporting each other through this time.
“Most of all, I am thinking of the incredible NHS staff and healthcare workers around the world. We cannot thank them enough. The solidarity and kindness that has spread online is overwhelming and we must continue to be kind and resilient. xxx VB.”
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24 hours earlier, David Beckham wrote his own motivational message to people struggling with the impact of the coronavirus.
His message sent his “thoughts and best wishes” to everybody as we face “unprecedented challenges”.
He also offered three pieces of advice from UNICEF and the World Health Organisation which included washing your hands regularly with soap and water and covering your mouth and nose while sneezing or coughing.
The former England footballer also updated his Instagram bio to share links to advice by UNICEF.
He finished the post by saying: “Sending you my love during this time, let’s keep safe.”
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The Beckham family aren’t the first celebrities to share messages with their fans on social media during the pandemic.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared an update about what they’ll be doing during these “uncertain times” while other celebrities have been taking part in the #TogetherAtHome challenge, which aims to share at-home performances with the rest on social media.
John Legend is the latest celebrity to get involved with his wife, Chrissy Teigen.
It’s clear that celebrities are doing their bit to help lift the spirits of the general population.
This was highlighted recently by Gareth Malone. The choirmaster and composer shared that he would be started up a British home choir for those affected by self-isolation.
It’s sometimes the little things that make all the difference in uncertain times.
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