Katie Price and her son Harvey join John Torode and Lisa Faulkner as stars slapping for the caregivers
Katie Price and her son Harvey joined John Torode and Lisa Faulkner in leading a slew of stars in nationwide applause in honor of the NHS, the police and key figures during the coronavirus pandemic.
The former glamor model, 41, and her son Harvey, 17, were seen with the nation outside their home for the weekly applause that had been sounding across the country every Thursday for the past seven weeks.
Also expressing their support were John and Lisa, media personality Myleene Klass and Katie’s exes Peter Andre and Kieran Hayler.
Support: Katie Price and her son Harvey lead a slew of stars in a nationwide applause in honor of the NHS, the police and key employees during the corona virus pandemic
Lisa took to Instagram and shared a snapshot of herself sitting next to her husband John as she proudly donned ‘thank you’ T-shirts.
The TV star wrote: ‘Ready to #clapforcarers at 8pm this evening. The highlight of our week to always show our support and love for @nhs and #keyworkers emotionally !! We ❤️YOU ‘.
Myleene Klass shared a sweet video in which she clapped for nine months with her children Hero, nine, Ava, 12, and her son Apollo, while her partner Simon Motson was featured in the background.
Peter Andre shared a photo of a rainbow heart with ‘Thank you NHS’ written on it as he captioned it: ‘Not just today, but every day, and of course all healthcare providers and other key workers across the country. ‘
Clap for caregivers: Lisa Faulkner took to Instagram and shared a snapshot of herself with husband John Torode as she proudly donned ‘thank you’ T-shirts
The Clap For Carers campaign, which started online, was organized because “in these unprecedented times, they need to know that we are thankful,” said the organizers.
Ruth May, NHS Chief Nursing Officer, said she appreciated the national salute planned to honor NHS employees.
Ruth said, “Our caregivers’ nurses and midwives work around the clock. They work so hard. And I want to thank them very much.
She said she felt “very humble, very proud,” and that a blow to our caregivers will mean so much to all of our NHS employees and social care teams. Thank you. I can appreciate.’
A London-based intensive care nurse added to MailOnline, ‘It is such a great appreciation for the staff and we are really grateful for it. We all really appreciate it.
Family: Myleene Klass clapped with her adorable kids for keyworkers
“Nurses don’t want to be heroes, we don’t want that, we just don’t want people to get sick and not have to get inside us. We don’t see ourselves as heroes, this is exactly what we do every day. ‘
Clap For Carers is part of the # lightitblue campaign organized by members of the events and entertainment industry as a way of thanking you.
It’s as Dominic Raab announced on Thursday that there is “no change” in the UK’s coronavirus locking rules, as he urged the British not to take advantage of sunny weather during the holiday season – even as Boris Johnson prepares to ease restrictions.
The Prime Minister will use a speech to the nation on Sunday to draw up his exit plan for the closure, with some changes expected to take place from Monday.
Post: Peter Andre shared an image of a rainbow heart with ‘Thank You NHS’ written on it
Well done! Cliff Richard, 79, also joined the country and applauded NHS personnel and other key workers fighting the deadly virus
Claps: Trisha Goddard (left) and Shaun Ryder were also full of praise for the key workers when they joined the nation in another week of applause
Mr Raab said the restrictions should remain in place for the time being as he extended them for another three weeks, but he threatened to confuse the situation saying that the Prime Minister will spell “milestones” that will allow the draconian to loosen curbs.
The Secretary of State told the daily Downing Street news conference that the first changes will be “modest” and “incremental” – and can be reversed if the disease flares up again.
Mr Raab said that the infection rate – the R-value – was between 0.5 and 0.9 and that the number of new cases of coronavirus and the daily death toll both “steadily decreased”.
Johnson told the cabinet today that the government will exercise “maximum caution” because Downing Street has warned people not to sunbathe this weekend as temperatures will rise to nearly 80F.
The Prime Minister’s official spokesperson told reporters “the advice will remain unchanged” and people are still told to stay at home as much as possible. When asked if that meant “don’t sunbathe this weekend,” the spokesman said, “if you want to put it that way.”
Adorable: Kieran Hayler shared a sweet video of his kids Jett, six, and Bunny, five, which he shares with Katie Price clapping on Thursday night