Prince William wants to return to the NHS as an air ambulance pilot to do his bit in the fight against coronavirus

  • The Prince, who was a medic for two years, has privately admitted he misses it
  • The 37-year-old made the admission during a visit to an NHS call centre recently
  • A source said Duke of Cambridge, 37, wanted to help in the Covid-19 pandemic
  • The Prince is seeing out the coronavirus at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with his family 
  • Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

Prince William is set to ‘step up into a statesman’ role during the coronavirus crisis and he and Kate Middleton will lead The Firm and be ‘pillars of support’ for the nation, royal expert claims

  • Prince William, 37, is ‘stepping up into a statesman role’ during coronavirus crisis
  • Royal expert Katie Nicholl revealed the Duke will continue to ‘address the nation’
  • Comes after Prince William was first royal to address country during pandemic
  • Katie said this was ‘significant’, saying he and Kate, 38, were ‘best placed’ to help
  • Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

Royally isolated

Charles and Camilla shut down Clarence House, William and Kate cut off from her mother, and the Queen and Philip are watching TV with her rock ‘Big Paul’ at Windsor. Never has The Firm been so separated as they go on coronavirus lockdown

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Catherine and I were proud to visit staff working at NHS 111, to pass on our personal thanks, along with those of my grandmother and father, to staff working around the clock to provide care and advice to those that need it most. • The last few weeks, and more recent days have been understandably concerning with the continuing spread of coronavirus. • But it’s at times like this when we realise just how much the NHS represents the very best of our country and society – people from all backgrounds and walks of life with different experiences and skills, pulling together for the common good. • Not only are NHS staff and emergency workers responding to the needs of the public, they – like the rest of us – are concerned about their families, friends and loved ones. • They need our support as much as we need theirs. • All of us have a part to play if we’re going to protect the most vulnerable. • That means acting on the latest expert advice, staying home if we or those we live with have symptoms, and avoiding non-essential contact to help reduce the spread of the virus. • — The Duke of Cambridge

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