The Duchess Of Cambridge Recycles A Pink Polo Dress For A Round Of Zoom Bingo


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Kate chose a pink L.K. Bennett dress she wore to take in a polo match last summer to chat to care home residents in Cardiff over Zoom

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The Duchess accessorised with her favourite fern leaf earrings from London label Catherine Zoraida to join Prince William on the call to the Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff. Throughout the pandemic, Kate has consistently turned to bold colours, statement-making patterns and eye-catching accessories for the royal couple’s frequent Zoom appointments. In addition to trying their hand at bingo calling, Kate and William chatted with both care workers and residents at Shire Hall about how they’ve been adapting to their changed circumstances during the health crisis. Shire Hall provides residential, nursing and dementia care and is part of Hallmark Care Homes, a family-run care provider with 19 care homes across England and Wales.
The Duke and Duchess play a game of bingo with the residents of Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff
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Earlier this month, Prince William held calls with care workers in England and Northern Ireland, too. The Duke and key workers on the calls discussed the impact of the last few months on the mental health and wellbeing of both those receiving care, and the caregivers themselves. On 6 May, he spoke to members of the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust to hear how the staff are supporting service users and the bereaved through these challenging times.
Prince William speaks to the members of the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
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And it didn’t stop there.

Last week, Prince William spoke to care workers from different parts of the sector across England, including those providing care within people’s homes, personal assistance, and supported living services. “If there’s hopefully some positivity that comes out of this horrendous time, it is that there’s a light shone on all of the wonderful things you all do and on the social care sector, and it allows people to acknowledge, respect and appreciate everything that you are doing,” he said during the call. The staff spoke about the sacrifices they have made in order to continue to provide care throughout the coronavirus outbreak – including isolating from their own families.
Prince William speaks to care workers from different parts of the sector across England
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Earlier this week, Kate and William used Zoom to record a minute-long message in their Norfolk home to help mark Mental Health Awareness week. “If you’re struggling, it’s important to talk about it,” the Duchess said in the broadcast organised by Radiocentre and Heads Together, the mental health campaign coordinated by the royal couple’s foundation. It also brought together boxer Anthony Joshua, footballer Harry Kane, singer Dua Lipa and actor David Tennant to speak on the topic of mental health. “Or if someone you know is acting differently, it’s okay to ask how they are,” the Duchess continued. “Use this moment to send a message.”
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