Katie Price, Victoria Beckham and Peter Andre rally their children in rousing Clap for Carers – The Sun


Katie Price, Peter Andre and Victoria Beckham rallied their children for an emotional Clap for Carers.

They were among the stars joining the weekly nationwide appreciation for NHS staff and key workers on Thursday night.

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Katie joined forces with her son Harvey, 17, who brought his beloved keyboard into the front garden to play Queen's hit We Are The Champions.

In a video Katie shared on Instagram, she asked the teen: "What time is it? Clap for Carers!"

She went on: "You've done a song for them haven't you."

Harvey replied: "We Are The Champions."

Getting the chords ready, he teased, "Ready!" as Katie assured, "I'm ready!"

Both of them were wearing their NHS rainbow T-shirts and hoodies which Harvey designed.

Katie wrote alongside the clip: "Harvey and I showing our appreciation this evening for all the incredible key workers keeping our country going 💙

"Proudly wearing our NHS Rainbow T-Shirt & hoodie designed by Harvey available now @teejunkieofficial. 100% of profits going to NHS charities and Cavell Nurses’ Trust."

Her ex-husband Peter Andre also joined the clap with their children, Princess, 12, and Junior, 14.

He shared a sweet video of the trio applauding in the garden and wrote: "Thank you NHS and all key workers. Love love :))."

Victoria Beckham, meanwhile, celebrated the NHS through her eight-year-old daughter, Harper.

The youngster wore an NHS rainbow T-shirt as she played in their Cotswolds garden and hung upside-down from a swing.

The fashion designer wrote: "Harper showing her appreciation for our #nhsheroes in her favourite #nhsrainbow t-shirt. We are thankful this Thursday as always 🌈 xx VB."

Elsewhere, Amanda Holden was joined by her daughters Hollie, eight, Alexa, 14, in applauding for doctors and nurses from her doorstep.

Stacey Solomon gave thanks to the NHS on her Instagram Stories after taking part in the clap.

She wrote: "Just come in from clapping for our carers. Nothing feels enough. Honestly every SINGLE. KEY. WORKER. on the front line…" followed by a heart emoji.

The mum-of-three, 30, added: "Thank you today, thank you tomorrow… thank you before this pandemic… thank you forever after it…

"What would we do without our key workers, we love you to the moon and back."

Denise Welch shared a video of herself clapping and penned: "Delighted to be supporting Clap For Our Carers raising frontline funds for our fab NHS staff through @nhscharitiestogether @kindred_social #clapforcarers #lovethenhs #kindred_social."

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