US News Prince William facing his responsibilities: he is ready to become a pilot again to fight the coronavirus
What the papers say – March 31
Efforts to fight the coronavirus continue to dominate the papers on Tuesday.The Independent says NHS staff have been gagged from speaking about shortages of protective equipment as they battle the coronavirus on the front lines.
Altruistic, Prince William does can remain helpless in the face of the coronavirus epidemic which is raging particularly in Europe.
A new commitment. The United Kingdom, like most countries in the world, is imposing containment on its residents to stem the epidemic of coronavirus, of which Europe has become the epicenter. Kate Middleton and William, very generous, had decided to releaseto help the English feel less isolated during this period during which everyone must keep their distance, reported the Daily Mail.
Speech of Elizabeth II: why no photo of the royal family appears behind it?
© Screenshot BFM TV Speech by Elizabeth II: why no photo of the royal family appears behind her? Queen Elizabethh II gave a historic speech this Sunday April 5 at the BBC. An exceptional speech, but with a detail that troubled viewers: no photo of the royal family was present in the image. This is a speech that the British people have been looking forward to. This Sunday, April 5, Queen Elizabeth II spoke on British television for the fifth time in 68 years of reign.
A project on which they confided in Instagram this Sunday, March 29. "Self-isolation and social estrangement are like enormous challenges to our mental health," noted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Prince William does not intend to stop there. As the British tabloid The Sun'sdespite his royal duties, Kate Middleton’s husband wants to participate in the fight against the coronavirus by becoming a pilot again, for an air ambulance. And he hardly needs training. Indeed, in the past, he had already taken care of medical emergencies for two years. In the meantime, each evening, the couple's children applaud the British caregivers in order to thank them for their work. This Thursday, March 26, the Instagram account of Kensington Palace had posted a video on which "To all doctors, nurses, caregivers, general practitioners, pharmacists, volunteers and other NHS staff who work tirelessly to help those affected by # COVID19: thank you," added the royal family.
Elizabeth II is about to make a historic speech in the midst of a health crisis .
© Agency / Bestimage Elizabeth II is about to make a historic speech in the midst of a health crisis Confined to Windsor to protect itself from the epidemic of coronavirus, the Queen Elizabeth II is about to send a televised message to the British, reports the "Daily Mail". A much awaited speech, after a first press release published this week. Even far from London, Elizabeth II does not forget her homework.