Kate Middleton, 38, joined the Royal Family in 2011 when she married Prince William, 37, in a record-breaking televised wedding held at Westminster Abbey, London. The royal couple has three children together; Prince George, six, Princess Charlotte, four, and Prince Louis, almost two. Last night, social media was flooded with praise and support for the Duchess of Cambridge when she uploaded a “touching” video of her children to social media, amid the coronavirus lockdown.
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The beloved Cambridge children are often in the spotlight as the nation’s fascination grows with them, and last night they managed to “lift Britain’s spirits” amid the COVID-19 crisis with a simple video.
In a posted to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s Instagram, @KensingtonRoyal, Kate Middleton uploaded a video of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis leading the nation in a round of applause dedicated to the NHS for their brave service on the frontline and their continues fight against the contagious deadly coronavirus.
In the video, the three young royals are seen standing outside in front of what appears to be a bed of lavender flowers and clapping animatedly.
The caption reads: “To all the doctors, nurses, carers, GPs, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff working tirelessly to help those affected by #COVID19: thank you. #ClapForOurCarers #ClapForCarers #ThankYouNHS #ClapForNHS.”
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The tender and sweet clip served as a boost for royals fans who are in self-isolation or quarantine, with many praising Kate Middleton for her “thoughtful” post and “inspiring” parenting skills.
One royal fan said online: “What a beautiful post, how thoughtful of William and Kate to get their little ones to show appreciation for something they probably do not quite understand but have obviously been told this is how they can help.”
Another wrote: “This is so inspiring, thank you so much for sharing touching video Kate, this is a real reflection of your great parenting! You’re raising three beautiful, smart and brave kids!”
“This says so much about how you are teaching your children. Well done to both of you,” a third commented.
And a fourth wrote: “What an adorable family. An example of wonderful parents. Kate and William.”
While another added: “Teaching them to be so thankful and good humans. Love the way Louis looks up at his big brother and then sister.”
But, praise wasn’t only given to Kate and Prince William, the young Cambridge children were also showered with praise.
One royal fan praised Prince George in particular, the fan wrote: “This is what kings are made of. This is being with the people. This is caring. This means so much. Thank you, George!”
While another praised all of them: “Everybody is doing their part, even the youngest royals. This is just what I needed today!”
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A third added: “WOW. What a simple but effective way to lift Britain’s spirits in the current crisis! These three will grow up to do great things! Thank you for boosting the nation’s morale! Stay safe.”
“Such beautiful and lovely children growing up with gratitude and values,” a fourth said.
The latest video shows the Royal Family’s continuing support of all the frontline workers who are striving to fight COVID-19.
Recently, Kate Middleton and Prince William became the first British Royal Family members to visit frontline NHS workers at a call centre in Croydon, London.
While the whole of the UK goes on lockdown to prevent the deadly virus from spreading further, the Cambridge family has retreated to their country home, Anmer House, in Norfolk, to wait out the coronavirus.
Currently, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are being homeschooled by Kate during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Royal commentator Angela Mollard told the ROYALS Podcast that the Duchess of Cambridge has access to all the best resources in order to home school her children.
Ms Mollard said: “They are apparently home-schooling their children.
“I am not sure to the extent that their little ones are using technology, digital means to learn but Kate is obviously a very dedicated parent when it comes to all things education.
“Her major portfolio is childhood education, so she has access to the best resources.
“She is instinctive enough, there is plenty of room for them to go out and about.”
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