Victoria and Harper Beckham FaceTime NHS nurses in London during coronavirus lockdown – The Sun

VICTORIA Beckham and daughter Harper have continued their support for NHS workers by FaceTiming nurses at King's Hospital in London.

The fashion designer, 45, shared the sweet gesture with her followers on Friday.

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Victoria posted a screenshot of the video call to her Instagram Stories.

In the snap, Harper, eight, sweetly smiles as she chats with the NHS workers.

Alongside the photo of their chat, Vic wrote: "Face Time with the nurses at King's hospital in London today x."

The act of kindness is yet another way the famous family have thrown their support behind hospital workers amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


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Earlier this week, Victoria filmed husband David, 44, and their three youngest children as they backed the emotional #ClapForCarers campaign.

Showing their support in a video posted to Instagram, the former Spice Girl singer said: "We are all clapping to show our thanks to all the people who are working so hard for the NHS.

"All the doctors, all the nurses keeping us safe and working so, so hard."

David then added: "They're away from their families, we are so proud of you guys, thank you so much."

Victoria previously revealed that their oldest son Brooklyn, 21, is currently stranded in the US due to travel restrictions.

However, the photographer still took part in the campaign, sharing a video of himself clapping alongside the caption: "Far away from home right now but there in spirit.

"Thank you to all our healthcare workers in the UK".

The worsening coronavirus pandemic has so far claimed the lives of 759 people in the UK, with there almost 14,579 confirmed cases across the country.

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