Kate Middleton wrote an emotional letter to the staff at Evelina London Children’s Hospital. She praised the efforts of NHS staff who are fighting in the frontline to saves the lives of other loved ones.
Evelina London Children’s Hospital took to Twitter and shared the emotional message of Kate. The caption read: “It was wonderful to receive a message from our Patron, The Duchess of Cambridge, for all our staff.”
The Duchess of Cambridge wrote: “It is heartening to know you all are still very much open for business. You all are providing services to sick children despite the difficult time. You all are truly inspirational.”
Kate Middleton also expressed her gratitude for the Hospital’s staff who are facing additional pressure of caring for adult COVID-19 patients. She thanked them for taking care of the adult in this difficult time.
Kate starts the letter with gratitude. She wrote: “I am writing this to let you know how much I am thinking of all the team at Evelina Hospital during this difficult time.”
Duchess of Cambridge praised the workers who are managing their personal & professional lives side by side in this difficult time. She requests them to take care of themselves and motivate them by saying that the whole country is behind you.
She wrote: “Working on the frontline or behind the scenes, you will have to balance these pressures & manage both your personal & professional lives. Please look after yourselves and each other and know that the whole country is behind you.”
Kate ended her letter with emotional words. She wrote: “This comes with my very best wishes for the good health of you & your families over the coming weeks.”