Peter Andre and wife Emily lead celebs clapping the NHS from their homes as Stacey Solomon shows her support with a kiss – The Sun
The couple joined the nation in the emotional #ClapForCarers campaign amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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The campaign urges Brits to go outside at 8pm every Thursday and clap to show their appreciation for our frontline carers at this worrying time.
Cheers and applause were heard up and down the country, with some of Britain's biggest stars taking to Instagram to reveal that they had also done their bit for the cause.
Peter stood with his family outside his home as he backed the meaningful campaign.
Taking to Instagram, the dad-of-four wrote: "Thank you NHS and all the key workers up and down the country. We are so very grateful. @nhswebsite #nhs #careworkers @kindred_social.
"Obvs Emily doesn’t want me to show Amelia and Theo’s face but we want them to be part of such a special moment."
The cause is no doubt a special one for Peter as wife Emily is a doctor on the NHS frontline.
Over in Essex, Stacey Solomon thanked the brave workers for their ongoing efforts.
Sharing a loved-up snap of herself and boyfriend Joe Swash, Stacey said: "No matter what has happened this week, never forget, you are enough.
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"We will be out the front soon Clapping for our carers at 8 as always. We love you, and can’t thank you enough."
Meanwhile, Wayne and Coleen Rooney gathered their sons at the doorstep for the weekly clap.
Coleen said: "Clap for our heroes. We are truly thankful for everything you have done and everything you are doing! God bless you all."
Radio host Kelly Brook showed her support by cheering from her garden.
Sharing the moment with her followers, she wrote on Instagram: "Making Some Noise for the NHS Tonight on our Street."
Elsewhere, Myleene Klass and her children banged on kitchen utensils for the moment.
Love Island's Dr Alex George – who is currently working as an A&E doctor at University Hospital, Lewisham during the pandemic – shared his involvement.
He said: "NO APOLOGIES for my enthusiasm OR WOODEN SPOON!! I may be off shift right now but all my thoughts are with NHS colleagues around the country! LETS DO THIS."
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Kate Garraway, Vicky McLure, Molly-Mae Hague, Tommy Fury and Scarlett Moffatt also got involved in Thursday's moving event.
Coronavirus was officially deemed a global pandemic earlier this month, and has claimed the lives of thousands of people across the world.
In the UK, the NHS are working tirelessly and risking their own lives to try and battle the killer virus.
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