Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

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    Video caption: Covid-19: Ambulance and police staff open up to royals about bereavement on the frontline

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge hear from emergency workers about how the pandemic has made them feel.

  2. 'There's light at the end of the tunnel', William tells Royal Berks staff

    Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have stopped off at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading on their three-day train tour of Scotland, England and Wales.

    Kate, who was born at the hospital in 1982, was greeted by chairman of the NHS hospital trust, Graham Sims, with the words "welcome back".

    Speaking about the news that the UK has begun its mass vaccination programme against Covid-19, William told nurses: "Keep going, there is a light at the end of the tunnel."

    Standing outside socially distanced in the hospital's car park, the duchess told a team of cancer nurses: "I hope you know how we value you so much.

    "The clapping is one of those things we wish we could keep going."

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    Video caption: Royal couple visit Cardiff to thank Covid workers

    William and Catherine visited Cardiff Castle as part of their trip, but some questioned its wisdom.

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    Video caption: Royals thank Scottish ambulance staff for pandemic work

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank Scottish ambulance staff for their work during the pandemic.

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    Video caption: Duchess of Cambridge report on early years children

    The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's charity releases a report on the development of children under five during a pandemic.

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    Video caption: Duchess of Cambridge celebrates wildlife photos

    HRH The Duchess of Cambridge honours a stunning picture of a Siberian tiger.