Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla share heartwarming video to support special cause

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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have shared a heartwarming video to support a very special cause.

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Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall have shared a lovely video of them themselves joining the nation in a round of applause honouring the country’s NHS workers.

Since the coronavirus spread throughout the UK and the country went into lockdown, the population has shown its gratitude to the hardworking NHS staff and other medical workers by implementing a nationwide applause every Thursday evening where people step outside of their front doors and come together in thanks.

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And joining their nation, the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay showed the population that they were also taking part in the lovely gesture with a sweet video that they posted on their Clarence House Instagram page.

Stepping outside of their chic mint-coloured front door in casual spring wear, the royal couple smiled at the camera and raise the hands in applause for medical workers.

👏👏👏 #ClapForOurCarers,’ read the caption alongside the post.

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The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay have joined the nation once again to show their continued appreciation and support for all the NHS staff and other key workers on the frontline of the battle against coronavirus.

‘Thank you! 💙’.

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The Duke and Duchess’s gesture comes just days after the Prince of Wales paid tribute to Welsh medical workers as he marked the opening of a new hospital in Cardiff.

“In a facility named, so evocatively and so appropriately, Calon y Ddraig, what can I say except ‘diolch o galon’, and express the warmest possible thanks for what you have done, and all that you will do in this hospital, and all those other field hospitals, across Wales, where buildings have been transformed as part of the immense effort to combat the dreadful threat we face”.