Kate Middleton and Prince William visited caregivers on Sunday at a Norfolk hospital to mark 72 years of the British public health care system.
A dress with symbolic color. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited caregivers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at King’s Lynn (Norfolk) on Sunday for the 72 years of the NHS (National Health Service), England’s public health service. The latter was founded in 1948 to provide free care to the British. On this occasion, Kate Middleton had opted for a blue dress, NHS color, with floral patterns and a white collar. Her hair was tied in a high ponytail. Prince William had also winked at the health institution with a blue majority outfit.
Royal couple met with hospital workers, where 450 COVID-19 patients were treated according to the “Daily Mail”. The duchess was also photographed holding dolls in her hands representing caregivers with angel wings. These knitted angels that pay tribute to the mobilization of NHS caregivers during the coronavirus pandemic have become popular in the UK in recent weeks. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital is located near Anmer Hall, where the Cambridges spent containment with their three children. Since the start of the health crisis, Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson and his wife have made engagements on behalf of the British Crown. They notably granted numerous interviews by videoconference and also called upon George, Charlotte and Louis, to applaud the caregivers in a video and the two elders had prepared and brought food baskets to Norfolk residents in early May.