Prince William and Prince Harry's Zoom calls

Lawrence Kim
June 17, 2020

The brothers are now living half way across the world from one another - Prince Harry in Los Angeles and Prince William in Norfolk - but they speak regularly online.

The Duke of Sussex is now a resident of Los Angeles and both brothers can not physically meet due to the restrictions on movement caused by coronavirus, but the eldest of the pair has been "keeping tabs" on his younger brother.

When William calls it is usually dusk in rural Norfolk, but when Harry picks up it is morning in sunny California.

"These calls are made from Anmer's private sitting room".

The source described the brothers participating in "several" Zoom calls.

William and Kate have been doing plenty of Zoom calls during the United Kingdom coronavirus lockdown period.

A friend of the pair explained how Prince William is "very anxious" to keep the calls "low key and casual".

The friend said: "Just two brothers have a chat". No-one else is involved. It takes the pressure off, ' they told the publication. It's about keeping in touch that's important'.

They added that Prince Harry has also chatted to his grandmother the Queen on Zoom since leaving the United Kingdom in March. His advice to the Prince was "talk and listen"'. The Duchess has also taken part in video calls with people who are self-isolating or vulnerable.

Prince William has been doing plenty of Zoom calls.

In April, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge launched "Our Frontline", an initiative which was created to provide round-the-clock mental health and bereavement support to frontline staff and key workers.

William has been staying at the country retreat with the Duchess of Cambridge and their three young children since lockdown began nearly three months ago.

William spoke with Leanne and five-year-old Kaydyn, who has cystic fibrosis, and the footage will feature on the BBC's The One Show on Tuesday.

Prince William, along with Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, were seen out in public for the first time in months today as they returned to royal duties. It will reportedly be part of a film about the challenges and experiences people who are "extremely vulnerable" and being advised to stay at home are facing.

The Duke of Cambridge's first post-lockdown visit in person was to say thanks to East of England ambulance staff at King's Lynn.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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