The Duke of Cambridge and the Duchess of Coronavirus have arrived in Edinburgh as part of a national morale-boosting tour to thank the people for their efforts during the epidemic.
The Royal Train pulled into Edinburgh Waverly Station at the sound of pipes playing Christmas songs, including Jingle Bells and Santa Claus is Come to Town.
The Duke He first got off the train, adjusted his face mask exactly as he did, followed Kate Who had a Liberty print face cover.
Deputy Lord Lieutenant Sandra Cumming welcomed them into town.
William and Kate met with ambulance staff at Newbridge, not far away Edinburgh, During their first engagement, which coincided with the announcement that the Duke and Duchess had jointly become joint sponsors of the NHS charities.
The UK 240 NHS charity provides additional funding and support for hospital, community and mental health and ambulance services.
Ian Lush, chairman of the NHS charity together, said: “This is an honor for our organization and for all NHS charities across the UK.
“We can’t wait to start working with the Duke and Duchess. The prospect is so exciting.”
According to Kensington Palace, William and Kate’s visit added dignity to the memory of a lost colleague to the Scottish Ambulance Service. COVID-19.
William and Kate Holly then return by train to visit Barwick-Tubed in Northland to meet staff and students at Trinity First School.
About 155 students – some wearing ants and some wearing Santa hats – rocked to meet the Duke and Duchess.
The couple left London Easton on Sunday evening for a three-day 1,250-mile UK tour.
It thanks the communities, outstanding individuals and key staff for their efforts during the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Duke and Duchess wrote a personal message thanking transport workers to the London Underground Service Information Board in Euston.
The message read: “Thanks to transport workers everywhere for keeping the country moving forward through this difficult year. Happy Christmas to you all!”
Before the couple boarded the train, singer Shakin Stevens topped their festival hit, the Merry Christmas Avery, in 1975.
The track was the song that William and Kate chose to listen to. During the performance, the Duchess patted her legs and swayed to the music.
It is believed that this trip was the first official ride on the Kate Royal train, but William used it several times.
In 1844, Queen Victoria became the first ruling king to travel from Slaff to Paddington Station in London.
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