Victoria Beckham says she feels humbled as she FaceTimes NHS team on hospital ward – The Sun

VICTORIA Beckham told fans how "humbled" she felt after she FaceTimed an NHS team at a Scottish hospital.

The singer turned fashion designer, 45, reached out to staff on a busy ward to say "thank you" for looking after the nation during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Victoria has been in isolation with her family during lockdown.

But the kind-hearted star used her celebrity status to give something back to NHS staff treating patients who have Covid-19.

Sharing the call on Instagram she wrote next to the clip: "Yesterday I had the humbling opportunity to speak to an NHS team in Scotland.

"Please have a look and listen to what they are saying.

"They are so inspiring and we all need to do our part in staying home and helping these incredible workers and their colleagues on the frontline x VB."

In the video Posh tells the NHS workers how "grateful" and "thankful" she is for their on going work.

The staff talked about the daily pressure they felt, with more and more doctors having to self isolate.

Victoria used the call as a chance to tell them how much the nation is "proud" of everything they are doing fo us.

VB has been in isolation with her famous brood since lockdown was enforced

The entire family have been regularly updating fans on how they are filling their time via social media.

The Beckhams have shared cute clips of themselves cooking meals together, playing with Lego, and keeping fit.


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Last month Victoria revealed that oldest son Brooklyn, 21, was stranded in the US after flights were grounded due to the health crisis.

Brooklyn is self-isolating across the pond with his girlfriend Nicola, but still got involved with the #ClapForCarers campaign on Thursday to showcase his support for the NHS.

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