Royals IN CRISIS

Star|April 20, 2020

Royals IN CRISIS
AS THE CORONAVIRUS LOCKDOWN EXPANDS — AND DRIVES THE HOUSE OF WINDSOR FAR APART — THE FIRM IS FEELING THE PRESSURE.

PUTTING DUTY FIRST

They’ve relocated from Kensington Palace to their country home at Anmer Hall, but Prince William and Duchess Kate are working harder than ever. Having already proven their worth as the most visible faces of the royal family, the conscientious couple have launched an extensive coronavirus outreach program to help Britons keep calm and carry on. Before they began sheltering in place, William, 37, and Kate, 38, visited the London Ambulance Centre, a National Health Service call center in Croydon, thanking workers on the front lines for their dedication and bravery. The duo also offered tips on children’s mental health — a cause close to their hearts — to parents and caregivers on their palace Twitter feed. The Cambridges even got their children to lend a hand when they shared a sweet clip-on March 26 showing a grinning George, 6, and Charlotte, 4, along with Louis, who turns 2 later this month, clapping for medical workers from their country house garden. “Kate and William have been incredibly busy juggling their work schedules with looking after the kids,” a source tells Star. “But as always, they’re a doing a splendid job. They’re a fantastic team.”

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April 20, 2020