On Thursday morning, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge traveled to an ambulance station in East London, according to their Twitter account, to visit with medical professionals and talk about the difficulties of working their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
William, 38, and Middleton, 39, spoke with a paramedic named Jay to discuss her struggles and were able to phone in her family from the UK and Bangladesh to speak to the royal duo.
The two learned about the mental health and wellbeing support provided to the station’s staff, which included a slew of Wellbeing Tea Trucks.
The trucks are used to travel to hospitals and control centers in London to provide hot drinks and snacks to staffers and volunteers in an effort to provide comfort and an opportunity to rest, said their tweets.
Markle, 39, and Harry, 36, spoke with the media magnate about their struggles within the royal family, including allegations of racism, with Markle revealing that there were “concerns” surrounding the skin tone of their son Archie before he was born.