- Numerous British celebrities helped lead the UK in a nationwide applause Thursday for the country's free health service, the NHS.
- People across the UK stood outside their homes at 8 p.m. on Thursday and clapped for one minute as a sign of appreciation and support for the work NHS workers were doing for the country during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Numerous celebrities shared videos of themselves joining in the applause, with David Beckham and his family posting to Instagram and Prime Minister Boris Johnson applauding outside 10 Downing Street.
- The Kensington Palace Twitter account shared a video a of Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte clapping, while the official James Bond Twitter account tweeted a video of several Bond cast members clapping — led by 007 himself, Daniel Craig.
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Prince George, David Beckham and his family, and Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz helped to lead the UK in nationwide applause Thursday in support of the country's free National Health Service.
The idea was for every person, at 8 p.m., to stand outside their home and clap for a minute to show their appreciation for the NHS' work, particularly during the coronavirus crisis as healthcare workers risk their lives to help people.
Numerous celebrities partook in the applause.
The official Kensington Palace Twitter account tweeted a video of Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte showing their support.
The Beckham family — dad David, sons Romeo and Cruz, and daughter Harper Seven filmed by mom Victoria — also joined in, with David Beckham posting videos to his story and sharing a post of the family clapping.
A host of James Bond and "No Time to Die" cast members clapped for the NHS, too, with the official Bond Twitter account sharing a montage of the stars clapping — beginning with James Bond himself, Craig, along with his Oscar-winning wife, Weisz.
Ben Whishaw (Q), Naomie Harris (Moneypenny), and Rory Kinnear (Tanner) also joined in.
And UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson emerged from 10 Downing Street at eight o'clock sharp, joined by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak.
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