The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared on the BBC Morning Show for a rare interview amid ongoing health and safety concerns.
The royal duo spoke out about the fortitude of healthcare workers and some of the mental health challenges that may be occurring at this time.
“I think again, staying connected, staying positive and being able to talk to friends and family is so crucial and having just some tips and some ideas as to how to tackle some of these strange feelings and difficult circumstances we’re finding ourselves in is really important, just to nudge us through these next few weeks,” William shared.
Kate added in her thoughts on the matter as well. “I think what we’re saying now is the NHS and the frontline workers are doing the most extraordinary job, and that’s really come to the forefront in the last few weeks. I think it’s going to dramatically change how we all value and see our frontline workers, and I think that is one of the main positives that you can take from this,” she said.
“They do an extraordinary job, and now I think all of us as a nation can really see how hard they work and how vital their work is.”
According to Kate and William’s office, the duo “have been in regular contact with organizations and patronages to understand the issues they are facing during this difficult time.”
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Check out a clip of Kate and William’s interview below:
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