The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Newham Ambulance Station in East London on March 18, 2021. During the visit, The Duke and Duchess met with ambulance staff and paramedics to hear more about their experiences of working during the pandemic and about the mental health and wellbeing support provided at the Station and through the London Ambulance Service.Embed from Getty Images
Ambulance crew wait for the arrival of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
The London Ambulance Service has received funding from NHS Charities Together, of which The Duke and Duchess are joint Patrons, to enable them to continue to run their fleet of Wellbeing Tea Trucks, which provide hot drinks, snacks and the chance to have a break for staff and volunteers.
Over the last year, The Duke and Duchess and The Royal Foundation have worked to support those working on the frontline of the pandemic, including through the provision of grants to ten leading charities at the heart of mental health and frontline support as part of a bespoke COVID relief fund.
Prince William and The Duchess of Cambridge talk with the family of paramedic Jahrin (Jay) Khan via a mobile phone during the visit. The family is in London but her father joined the conversation from Bangladesh. Ms Khan has been unable to see her family through the pandemic.
They heard how Jay has coped with the pressures of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the impact of having to isolate from her family.
- WILLIAM AND CATHERINE OFFICIAL VISIT TO PAKISTAN – DAY 1.
- WILLIAM AND CATHERINE OFFICIAL VISIT TO PAKISTAN – DAY 2.
- WILLIAM AND CATHERINE OFFICIAL VISIT TO PAKISTAN – DAY 3.
- WILLIAM AND CATHERINE OFFICIAL VISIT TO PAKISTAN – DAY 4.
- WILLIAM AND CATHERINE OFFICIAL VISIT TO PAKISTAN – DAY 5.
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The Royal couple talked with members of the ambulance service in the “Wellbeing Garden”. The aiming of the “Wellbeing Garden” is promote discussions around mental health.Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images Embed from Getty Images
Royal Fashion: Duches of Cambridge
For the visit, The Duchess of Cambridge wore Massimo Dutti Limited Edition Button Cashmere Wool Camel Coat, Reiss Sophie Knitted Roll Neck Top in Camel, Metier “Roma” Tan Small Suede Shoulder, Jimmy Choo Romy 85 Suede Pumps, Kiki Mcdonough Citrine Pear Drop Earrings, and Amaia Kids Adult Size Face Mask in Yellow Pepper Print.
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- DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE PAID TRIBUTE TO MIDWIVES.
- DUKE AND DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE AT THE LAUNCH OF NATIONAL EMERGENCIES TRUST.
- DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE CASUAL STYLE FOR VISIT TO SUNSHINE HOUSE.
- THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE AT BACK TO NATURE GARDEN AT RHS WISLEY.
- DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE ATTENDED RRS SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH NAMING CEREMONY.