Celebrities have sent messages of support to frontline caregivers working for Home Instead Senior Care and fighting against the coronavirus.
The first video message was sent by Sky News presenter, Sarah-Jane Mee, who recorded her video whilst in lockdown at her London home.
In the film, she said: “A big hello to my wonderful friends at Home Instead and to all you fantastic CAREGivers. I know you go above and beyond.” She went on to say: “Thank you and well done. I’m thinking about you and your families.”
The second film was received from actress Sarah Hadland, who said: “I just wanted to say thank you so much for the amazing job you are doing. I hope you know how much you are appreciated and admired.”
Hadland then reprised her role as Stevie from the comedy series, Miranda, producing her famous Heather Small mask and belting out the lyrics ‘what have you done today to make you feel proud’.
Commenting on the messages of support, Home Instead UK CEO Martin Jones said: “It’s lovely that both Sarah-Jane and Sarah have taken the time to send in these messages of support for our amazing teams who are working so hard.
“I know that everyone in the Home Instead family will love watching the films and we know that the messages of goodwill apply to all caregivers, whoever they work for.
“As ever, I would like to add my thanks to everyone in health and social care who really are, as Sarah-Jane says, going above and beyond.”