The Earl and Countess of Wessex visit the Frimley Park Hospital on ‘International Nurses Day’

‘The Royal Family’ has shared about the Earl and Countess’ visit to the Frimley Park Hospital on May 12, on account of International Mother’s Day.

Wishing all the World’s Nurses and Healthcare Practitioners, a ‘Happy International Nurses Day!’

‘The Royal Family’ has taken to their official Instagram handle on May 12, to share about the visit by the Earl and Countess of Wessex at the Frimley Park Hospital, on account of ‘International Nurses Day’.

Tagging ‘Frimley Health Hospital’, the Royal Family shared a series of three pictures alongside giving more information about the Royal Highness’ interaction with the people at the hospital on her visit there.

The first couple of pictures, show The Earl and Countess of Wessex’s meet with the nurses at the healthcare facility, followed by another picture of a beautiful white cake, with “International Nurses Day, NHS”, along with a rainbow icing on it.

The caption below tells, the Royal Highness spoke to the nurses there, recognised by their peers as exceptional workers during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Adding further, it says, the Earl and Countess of Wessex made a visit to the hospital’s new garden area and even refurbished staff wellbeing rooms, with the help of the donations and funds raised by ‘NHS Charities together’ and ‘Captain Sir Tom Moore’, charity house and organizations.

It also included a wonderful quote said by Captain Sir Tom Moore that goes, “Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day”.

Honouring this day, the members of the Royal Family are said to highlight the nurses’ and healthcare practitioners’ dedication and commitment across the country, this week, ending the caption with ‘#ThankYouNurses’, with a blue heart emoji.