Duke and Duchess of Cambridge play virtual bingo with care home residents and workers

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spoken to care workers from across the UK to hear about their experiences of providing care during the coronavirus outbreak and to thank them for their tireless efforts to continue to look after the most vulnerable in our society.

Their Royal Highnesses joined residents from the Shire Hall Care
Home in Cardiff via video call as they played bingo in the home’s cinema.

Shire Hall provides residential, nursing and dementia care and is part of Hallmark Care Homes, a family-run care provider with 19 care homes across England and Wales.

The Duke and Duchess took their turn as guest bingo callers for one of the games, before speaking to some of the residents and their care workers.

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