Kate Garraway joins royals in thanking NHS at Pride of Britain filming

Kate Garraway

Kate Garraway presented Prince William and Kate Middleton the Pride of Britain Awards (Photo: PA/REX).

Kate Garraway, along with Kate Middleton and Prince William, thanked the NHS heroes while filming Pride of Britain.

The NHS frontline workers were recognised by the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hello, British co-host Kate, whose husband Derek Draper is still in intensive care because of the coronavirus, introduced Will and Kate to representatives of St Bartholomew’s Church in London.

Meanwhile, she stood next to Kate and William when they presented the prize to the six representatives, and the photographs all showed, in masks, how they spoke to each other from a distance.

In another story, the TV presenter was at the door while NHS heroes smiled from a safe distance to the rear cameras.

Speaking of NHS staff, Prince William’s devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic has reminded us as a nation how much we owe to the thousands of NHS staff who have gone above and beyond the call of duty this year.

They were all at a safe distance from each other (Photo: PA).

Kate Garraway

Kate posed with NHS heroes.

They have worked tirelessly, 24 hours a day, with humility and compassion, in the most difficult circumstances, risking their own lives to help others.

He moved on: It is fitting that we are here today in the oldest hospital in the UK to thank and honour the staff of NHS and to present them with the British Pride of the Year Award.

The award was presented to Medical Officer Marion Jones, Medical Assistant, Dr. Simon Finney, Critical Care Consultant, and Keisha Mills, Head of the Critical Care Unit.

Kate Middleton and Prince William.

All members of the royal family smiled at the prizes (photo: PA).

Charlotte Greenfield, physiotherapist in intensive care, Heder Lopez Landim, doorman at Barnett Hospital, and Martha Sarpong, nurse in intensive care, also accepted the award and spoke to the Royal Foundation for NHS Free London.

Kate Middleton went on to say that all NHS personnel played a vital role in the entire coronavirus pandemic.

Although the weekly applause for the NHS has ended, she said that their hard work continues and that we owe them a debt of gratitude for everything they do.

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The TV presenter’s husband has been in hospital since March, and it was recently announced that his fight against the virus is the longest in Britain.

Although he is now considered coronavirus free, Derek is still struggling with the effects of the infection on his body.

However, Kate recently told GMB that her husband was quite stable due to the ups and downs.

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