The Duchess of Cambridge nodded in her outfit to the NHS heroes as she joined Prince William to present a Pride of Britain award to hospital workers.
Kate Middleton, 39, wore a £ 250 rainbow blouse from London label Lisou for the outing. Rainbow has become a symbol of NHS support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The cute detail has been picked up by royal watchers like Middleton Maven's Instagram fan account.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore the blouse under a blazer from the Canadian label Smythe and was equipped with earrings from Spells Of Love.
The Duchess of Cambridge nodded in her outfit to the NHS as she joined Prince William to present hospital workers with a Pride of Britain Award earlier this month
Kate Middleton, 39, wore a £ 250 rainbow print blouse from London label Lisou for the outing. Rainbow has become a symbol of NHS support during the Covid-19 pandemic
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined television presenter Kate Garraway to present the Pride of Britain Award to frontline workers at St. Bartholomew in the City of London earlier this month. Photos of the event were released yesterday.
Prince William told Kate Garraway that he and the Duchess of Cambridge wanted to hug her after hearing that her husband was seriously ill with Covid.
The royal couple were clearly moved by the plight of Derek Draper, who was hospitalized on March 30 with symptoms of coronavirus.
The Duke of Cambridge said to her: “You are amazingly well. If there wasn't social distancing, we'd hug you both, ”The Mirror said.
The 53-year-old husband of the British star of Good Morning remains in intensive care after several months in a coma.
The 53-year-old star also told them about the impact Covid has had on their family, adding that their children – Billy, 11 and Darcey, 14 – cannot see Derek as only one visitor is allowed per patient .
Prince William told TV presenter Kate Garraway that he and the Duchess of Cambridge wanted to hug her after hearing that her husband was seriously ill with Covid. The royal couple met Kate at a Pride of Britain award in a London hospital (above).
The Cambridges were moved by the plight of Derek Draper, who was hospitalized on March 30th with coronavirus symptoms. The Good Morning Britain host's 53-year-old husband remains in intensive care after several months in a coma. (Image 2019)
The Duchess of Cambridge told Kate that she found it "amazing" to play her role in the hospital despite her family situation.
The presentation at the hospital was filmed in association with TSB for the culmination of the 2020 Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, which will air on ITV at 9pm on Sunday 1st November.
Thousands of members of the public nominated all of the NHS frontline heroes for a special award for the Pride of Britain.
Speaking at the event, Prince William said: “The devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic have reminded us as a nation how much we owe the thousands of NHS workers who have gone way beyond duty this year.
“They have worked tirelessly around the clock with humility and compassion in the most difficult of circumstances, risking their own lives to help others.
Kate Garraway introduced the royal couple to the six NHS officials, who each spoke to them about the challenges they and the healthcare sector were facing in fighting the coronavirus
"It is fitting that we are here today at the UK's oldest hospital to thank our NHS staff, to celebrate them and to honor them with a Pride of Britain award."
The Duchess added, “Through our conversations with frontline workers during the pandemic, we were inspired by their stories of bravery and selflessness.
“Many have had to leave their families for weeks, some have come out of retirement to help, while others have taken on new roles to play their part in the fight against the coronavirus.
“And it's not just the medical teams – all of the NHS staff have played a vital role during this time.
“During the lockdown, we joined people across the country to applaud the NHS and our key workers every week. Your hard work continues and we remain indebted to you for everything you do. & # 39;
When the royal couple presented the award, which was on a table next to them, Prince William gushed, “We cannot thank you enough. On behalf of a grateful nation, it is an enormous honor for Catherine and I to present this special recognition award to the Army of Dedicated NHS Workers. & # 39;
Kate Garraway introduced the royal couple to the six NHS officials, who each spoke to them about the challenges they and the healthcare sector were facing in fighting the coronavirus.
The six representatives were (from the Barts Health Trust) Keisha Mills, an ICU matron, Marion Jones, a health assistant, and Dr. Simon Finney, an intensive care counselor, and (from the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust) Heder Lopes Landim, a doorman at Barnet Hospital; Martha Sarpong, an ITU nurse, and Charlotte Greenfield, an intensive care unit.
St. Bartholomew & # 39; s in the City of London is the UK's oldest free hospital that has been treating patients for around 900 years. This period includes the Black Death, the Spanish Flu and, this year, the Coronavirus.
Hosted by Carol Vorderman, the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards are, in partnership with TSB, the largest annual event on British television, celebrating the achievements of the nation's unsung heroes since 1999.
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