Prince Charles was “deeply impressed” by the efforts of NHS staff and volunteers in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 72-year-old royal throne has paid tribute to the UK’s medical professionals, praising their “absolute resilience and indomitable spirit” throughout the ongoing crisis.
Referring to the “invaluable service” provided by hospital radio, he added: “Nowadays, when we deal with the aftermath of this terrible pandemic, the role of hospital radio was even more important, and I know that it was immeasurably important in connecting people. to provide comfort and communication, and to lift people’s spirits when needed. “
During his performance on Music and Memories with HRH The Prince of Wales, Charles also featured some of his favorite songs, among which the future monarch named artists such as Diana Ross, Edith Piaf and Barbra Streisand.
Moreover, the prince expressed special love for The Three Degrees’ pop hit “Givin ‘Up, Givin’ In”, admitting that this song made him “an irresistible urge to get up and dance.”
Meanwhile, Prince Charles previously admitted that he “got away with it easily” when he contracted the coronavirus.
The prince has only had mild symptoms since his diagnosis last March.
Talking about his own experience with the virus, he explained: “I was lucky in my case … but I had one, and I can so understand what other people went through.”
Charles also expressed his sympathy for people who have lost family or friends since the beginning of the pandemic.
He said: “I especially sympathize with those who lost their loved ones and could not be with them at that time. This is the worst thing for me. “