On July 5, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn to mark the National Health Services’s 72nd anniversary, known as NHS, and to thank health and social care staff who are continuing to provide crucial support in the national response to COVID-19.Embed from Getty Images
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William apply hand sanitizer during their visit to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Queen Elizabeth Hospital is situated just 20 minutes away from the family home of Anmer Hall on the Royal Sandringham State.Embed from Getty Images
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We had a visit from @KensingtonRoyal yesterday to mark the NHS' 72nd birthday and to thank staff for all their efforts and hard work over the last few months. Here are some of the pictures for the visit. #QEH40 pic.twitter.com/t0ogzPoAYN— The QEH King's Lynn (@TeamQEH) July 6, 2020
The Duke and Duchess spoke to hospital staff and their families. The Hospital treated 450 patients with Covid-19.Embed from Getty Images
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#Covid19 survivor @SamGJude and @BlessyS19 share their experience of life during the pandemic during a special event to mark #QEH40 and the #NHSBirthday with Price William and Kate @KensingtonRoyal #ThankYouTogether pic.twitter.com/tLOLxzEqww— The QEH King's Lynn (@TeamQEH) July 5, 2020
During the visit, the royal couple met nurse Suzie Vaughan and daughters Hettie and Bella.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
More from the tea party, celebrating the 72nd anniversary of the NHS and the forthcoming 40th anniversary of the hospital. pic.twitter.com/KY1FptEK4p— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) July 5, 2020
It doesn’t get more British than attending an afternoon tea party to mark the 72nd anniversary of our National Health Service, the jewel in Britain’s Crown. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, to thank staff for their work. pic.twitter.com/6scWrE04Vh— Richard Palmer (@RoyalReporter) July 5, 2020
The royal couple received gifts from the staff for their children George, Charlotte, and Louis three small Knitted Angels keyrings of doctors and nurses which were made by hospital staff.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Their Royal Highnesses and children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have previously supported the NHS’s efforts during the coronavirus crisis by getting involved in the Clap for Carers.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Smiles & waves from Will and Kate as they leave – wow, what an amazing way to end a day of celebration for the #NHSBirthday 💙 Thank you @KensingtonRoyal for the special visit 🙌🏻 @NHSEngland pic.twitter.com/scHbD1Bp7o— NHS East of England (@NHSEastEngland) July 5, 2020
Royal Fashion: The Duchess of Cambridge
The Duchess was wearing new Beulah “Shalini” micro geo floral midi dress, Rubert Anderson “Malory” navy pumps and Patrick Mavros Ocean Tides Milky Quartz Earrings.
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