After two videos of big stars from Britain and around the world sending thanks to the UK’s National Health Service work...
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After two videos of big stars from Britain and around the world sending thanks to the UK’s National Health Service workers, a third compilation has been tweeted out featuring a series of fresh names including Olivia Colman, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Billie Eilish, Gary Barlow, Simon Cowell, Stephen Fry, Andrew Garfield, Matt Smith and many more.
The stars had first joined forces earlier this month to pay a video tribute to England’s NHS, which is tasked by the Department of Health and Social Care to oversee the budget, planning, delivery and day-to-day operations in England of health services.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, David Beckham, Keira Knightley, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Bill Nighy, Daniel Craig, Jude Law, Anthony Joshua, Kylie Minogue, Sir Mo Farah, Kate Winslet, Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, Jonathan Ross, Piers Morgan, and Naomi Harris were those that participated in the earlier videos.
Posted on Twitter by NHS England, the new video begins with NHS National Director for Mental Health Claire Murdoch thanking medical staff for their hard work during the pandemic.
At the video’s end, Colman says, "All across the country, people want you to know how incredible you are and how grateful we are."