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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a significant responsibility to boost morale, says a royal expert

Prince William and Kate Middleton have a ‘significant responsibility’ to boost morale among the British people during the coronavirus crisis, a royal expert claims.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who moved to their home in Norfolk with their children, recently visited NHS 111 to thank the staff for their help.

Prince William was also the first member of The Firm to speak to the nation during the crisis in a video released last week.

It was revealed yesterday that Prince Charles, 71, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is isolating herself in Balmoral, while the Queen, 93 and Prince Philip, 98, are currently isolated in Windsor.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who moved to their home in Norfolk with their children, recently visited NHS 111 to thank the staff for their help (photo)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who moved to their home in Norfolk with their children, recently visited NHS 111 to thank the staff for their help (photo)

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said that at this difficult time, “a very significant responsibility rests on the Cambridges.

He told Express.co.uk“Their movements are eagerly followed by the press and social media, of course, and they will certainly take on the challenge of boosting morale while adhering to government-recommended behavior.”

Mr Fitzwilliams added that the couple will “ no doubt ” send messages that will reach a large audience through their eleven million followers on Instagram and convey thoughts and ideas during the unprecedented emergency we all face.

He said the Cambridges’ visit to the NHS staff was “undoubtedly a moral booster,” and that the unseen photos of Prince George and Princess Charlotte they shared on Mother’s Day were “enchanting.”

Fitzwilliams claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently isolated in Canada with their son Archie, will do that. “‘undoubtedly’ continue to contribute on Instagram.

However, he added, “During this crisis … because they chose to be abroad, they are likely to be sidelined.”

Earlier this week, an expert claimed that during the Corona virus crisis, Prince William would “play the role of statesman” and lead the royal family’s efforts to support the nation.

Fitzwilliams claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently isolated in Canada with their son Archie, will `` no doubt '' continue to contribute on Instagram, but will likely be `` sidelined '' as a result of their decision to go abroad to go

Fitzwilliams claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently isolated in Canada with their son Archie, will 'undoubtedly' continue to contribute on Instagram, but are likely to be 'sidelined' as a result of their decision to be abroad

Fitzwilliams claimed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently isolated in Canada with their son Archie, will “ no doubt ” continue to contribute on Instagram, but will likely be “ sidelined ” as a result of their decision to go abroad to go

Speaking to Australian website 9 Honey, Katie Nicholl said the move was “significant,” adding that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were the “best-placed” members of the royal family to be “pillars” for the nation at this time.

She revealed, “We see William take on the role of statesman. It seems interesting to me that William was the first member of the royal family to address the nation. ‘

Katie said the decision would have been “approved by Buckingham Palace” before Prince William’s video was released.

The expert explained that because of her age, the Queen, 93, is “virtually quarantined” in Windsor.

It was revealed yesterday that Prince Charles, 71, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is isolating herself in Balmoral, while the Queen, 93 and Prince Philip, 98, are currently isolated in Windsor. Pictured: Her Majesty and the Prince of Wales leave after the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9

It was revealed yesterday that Prince Charles, 71, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is isolating herself in Balmoral, while the Queen, 93 and Prince Philip, 98, are currently isolated in Windsor. Pictured: Her Majesty and the Prince of Wales leave after the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9

It was revealed yesterday that Prince Charles, 71, has tested positive for Covid-19 and is isolating herself in Balmoral, while the Queen, 93 and Prince Philip, 98, are currently isolated in Windsor. Pictured: Her Majesty and the Prince of Wales leave after the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9

Buckingham Palace insisted that the queen be in “good health” after her eldest son and heir was diagnosed with coronavirus.

The Prince of Wales reportedly met his mother on March 12 at Buckingham Palace – less than two weeks ago. The virus has an estimated incubation period of one to fourteen days.

Charles’s doctor is convinced that he would have been contagious from March 13 at the earliest, based on when the prince began to develop symptoms over the weekend.

Yesterday, the palace released a photo of the Queen conducting her weekly audience with the Prime Minister over the phone from Windsor Castle

Yesterday, the palace released a photo of the Queen conducting her weekly audience with the Prime Minister over the phone from Windsor Castle

Yesterday, the palace released a photo of the Queen conducting her weekly audience with the Prime Minister over the phone from Windsor Castle

The Duchess of Cornwall has tested negative, but is now isolated from her husband in Birkhall, their Scottish refuge where both reside.

Yesterday, the palace released a photo of the Queen conducting her weekly audience with the Prime Minister over the phone from Windsor Castle.

It shows her wearing a blue blouse and vest, surrounded by porcelain corgis and racing trophies, and speaking on a white 1970s phone.

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