Kate Middleton & Prince William Send A Personal Thank You To Hospital Staffers

06 Avril, 2020, 10:10 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • Kensington Palace

"We would just like to say from the two of us, you know, how proud we are of all of you and how incredible you're all doing under extreme circumstances", the Duke of Cambridge, 37, said on their call to the NHS.

"I do know all of you notice this as your process and that you just get on with it, however this can be a other degree and you're doing an out of this world process".

Prince William told colleagues of a consultant who died from the coronavirus disease how "proud" he is of the "incredible job" they are doing on the front line.

The Duke and Duchess spoke to staff at two United Kingdom hospitals- Queen's Hospital Burton in Staffordshire and the University Hospital Monklands in North Lanarkshire.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge talked to staff at Queen's Hospital Burton, where Amged El-Hawrani worked as an ear, nose and throat specialist. The whole country is proud of you, not just us, we really mean that.

Emily Johnson, a hospital spokeswoman who listened in on the conversation, added: "It genuinely felt like they shared in our grief".

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Alice Bloxham, a sister in the hospital's Covid-19 cohort ward, said of the call: "This has been a hard time for all the patients we care for and for the staff working in a very different environment".

And the couple did just that this week, when they made a surprise telephone calls to National Health Service (NHS) workers at two United Kingdom hospitals. However the support we have received from colleagues and the community has been overwhelming.

Accident and emergency nurse Brogan Bishop, who only qualified two months ago, was jumping up and down with excitement after speaking to the royal couple.

Kate Middleton, 38, advised the team of workers: "You're stretched in all sorts of ways looking after the patients in your care under such extreme circumstances".

Dr Marion Devers, the deputy chief of medical services at Monklands in Airdrie said: "It was a great opportunity to reflect". Her weekly audiences with the prime minister have been held over the phone for three weeks, with Wednesday's meeting no exception.

Before entering isolation with their children at Amner Hall, the couple also visited a 111 emergency centre in south London.



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