The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children took part in the applause for NHS staff

The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn took part in the applause for National Health Service (NHS) staff along with the rest of the UK on Thursday evening. A related video was shared on the royal family's Instagram account.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex and their children Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn
In the short video, the four person family appears together and thanked the doctors and nurses of the National Health Service caring for those suffering from the coronavirus. Prince Edwards said: "So from all of us, just a huge thank you to so many of you working on the front line. We really appreciate it. Keep up the fantastic work.". Then, the family altogether applauded in support of the National Health Service.

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  1. Quel plaisir de voir la petite famille... Le vicomte Severn va certainement devenir un mignon garçon ; là, il est plutôt réservé !

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  2. Such a wonderful idea to show support, encouragement & thanks!! Thanks to all those working to serve and care!!
    Glo

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  3. Nice of them to join in.

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  4. Princess Louise is going to be a very tall young lady.

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    1. But I don't see Princess Louise as being a fashion icon. Very conservative dresser.
      Fashion aside, a very good gesture on behalf of the Earl and his family.

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  5. What a lovely family! It's very thoughtful to express their appreciation this way.

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  6. The nurses and doctors are doing a great job;perhaps people might think of them and get into perspective a soccer player earns ?so many millions a year; a nurse might get 10 pound an hour. The soccer player can't save your life. THANKYOU TO THE NHS STAFF WHO ARE WORKING TIRELESSLY IN THE U.K.CLAP X CLAP X FROM AUSTRALIA

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  7. A lovely gesture, a beautiful family.

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