The Cambridges are making sure to show their gratitude to hospital staffers working tirelessly to help those combatting coronavirus.
Prince William and Duchess Kate took to the official Kensington Palace Twitter account to share a recorded voicemail the prince sent employees of Queen’s Hospital Burton in England and University Hospital Monklands in Scotland.
“We’d just like to say from the two of us how proud we are of all of you and how amazingly you are all doing under such extreme circumstances,” the Duke of Cambridge said. “I know all of you see this as your job and that you get on with it but this is a different level and you guys are doing an incredible job. The whole country is proud of you, not just us, we really mean that. So thank you for everything you’re doing and all the hours you’re putting in.”
☎️ “The whole country is proud of you, so thank you for everything you’re doing and all the hours you are putting in.” — The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to staff at Queen’s Hospital Burton and University Hospital Monklands.#clapforkeyworkers @UHDBTrust @UHMonklands pic.twitter.com/B8RjNZVZto
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) April 2, 2020
Both Prince William and Kate Middleton are currently self-quarantining with their children at their country home, Anmer Hall, on the Sandringham Estate, following government orders to stay at home as much as possible amid the ongoing pandemic.
Before leaving London, both William and Kate paid a visit to NHS emergency responders to thank them for their constant work amid the ongoing health crisis. The royal couple have also promoted the importance of prioritizing mental health while people around the world self-isolate and practice social distancing in order to attempt to stop the spread of the disease.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.