Duchess Kate and Prince William reportedly turned out to be the first royals to visit coronavirus frontline health workers when they visited them at a London NHS 111 call centre on Thursday.
The Duchess and Duke of Cambridge had a tour of the call centre in Croydon, where the number of public calls increased since the crisis started. They were informed of the details that 999 service became busiest and 111 advice helpline received more calls because some people panicked because of self-isolation. The royal couple observed the latest protocols such as frequent hand sanitising, social distancing and no handshakes while discussing the idea of remote conferencing for future royal visits. Meanwhile, Duchess Kate was wearing a rose pink trouser suit, which included a wool-blend double-breasted blazer and a pair of matching slim-leg trousers. On the other hand, Prince William emphasized his royal grandmother’s message: everyone needs to play their roles and the public should listen to government advice on how to lessen the spread of the virus.