On Thursday night, Comic Relief, BBC Children in Need and BBC One joined together for a special night of entertainment: BBC's Big Night In! The special telethon took place to raise money for key workers and all those being affected by the coronavirus these days.
And the show opened with some very special guests! Prince William appeared in the first sketch with Stephen Fry and was asked if he had watched Netflix' Tiger King to which he replied that he tends to "avoid shows about royalty". The end of the sketch saw the entire Cambridge family joining the Clap For Our Carers campaign in front of their country home.
The Cambridge family joins #ClapForOurCarers
Exactly at 8pm, we saw Prince William, Duchess Kate along with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis (who turned 2 on April 23) step outside of their home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk to join in with clapping for all those working on the frontlines to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Last month, the Cambridge children George, Charlotte and Louis had already taken part in the Thursday night ritual when they applauded all NHS and frontline workers in a very sweet video which was shared on social media.
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