Like Prince Charles and the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have listened to the experts and remained at home. And just like the aforementioned family members, William and Catherine have been busy making sure those still working while the global pandemic rages on know how grateful they are.
Today Kensington Palace released video of William and Catherine's very first royal Zoom video, in which they thanked U.K. teachers who are keeping schools open for kids whose parents are deemed essential workers.
William and Catherine (whom I believe are at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, about 120 miles northwest of London) called teachers and school staff at Casterton Primary Academy to personally thank them for staying open during this very scary time.
The royals were at ease with the kids and staff, laughing at the bunny ears everyone wore for the call ("We should have our bunny ears on!" Catherine joked) and asking the kids what their parents do.
Watch the conversation below.