- 26 Mar 2020, 21:58
- Updated: 26 Mar 2020, 22:00
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STACEY Solomon, Gemma Collins, and the Beckhams led the celebrities clapping for the NHS in a moving tribute this evening.
The stars were out in force as they backed the emotional #ClapForCarers campaign amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Stacey Solomon broke down as she took part in the campaign
The campaign urged Brits to go outside at 8pm this evening and clap to show their appreciation for our frontline carers at this worrying time.
Cheers and applause were heard up and down the country, with some of Britain's biggest stars taking to Instagram to reveal that they had also done their bit for the cause.
Stacey, 30, was reduced to tears as she filmed herself and 10-month-old son Rex clapping at the window.
With her eyes welling up in the short clip, she captioned the post: "I don't know if you can hear but the whole street is clapping and I had to stop the camera because I was about to burst into tears."
Gemma Collins also found the whole thing overwhelming
She later added: "Feel so grateful to have the privilege of being in isolation with my family, knowing there are so many INCREDIBLE, selfless heroes out there risking their lives to make sure we stay safe and get through this.
"Thank you, thank you, thank you. We love you. Our heroes."
Gemma also found the entire thing emotional, breaking down in tears as she posted about the clapping on Instagram.
She said: "It was really emotional to see everyone coming together at this time.
The Beckhams took part in the campaign
Brooklyn is currently stranded in the US, but was sure to take part
"Everyone's in the unknown at the minute and it's just amazing that everyone came out and showed their support.
"It's just a really scary time, I didn't think I'd be this scared but I am, and we have just got to stay calm and hope that this goes away really quickly."
Meanwhile, Victoria filmed husband David and their three youngest children clapping from their home.
Off camera, the former Spice Girl says: "We are all clapping to show our thanks to all the people who are working so hard for the NHS.
Amanda Holden stepped out in her PJs
"All the doctors, all the nurses keeping us safe and working so, so hard."
David then added: "They're away from their families, we are so proud of you guys, thank you so much."
Victoria previously revealed that their oldest son Brooklyn is currently stranded in the US due to travel restrictions as a result of the deadly disease.
However, the 21-year-old still took part in the campaign from across the pond, sharing a video of himself clapping alongside the caption: "Far away from home right now but there in spirit.
Jamie Oliver got the whole family involved
Cheryl shared her involvement on TwitterCredit: twitter
"Thank you to all our healthcare workers in the UK".
Taking to Twitter, Cheryl shared her involvement as she wrote: "My god that was emotional! To hear my neighbours whooping/clapping and ringing bells – the very, very least we can do to show a collective appreciation. #clapforNHS".
Jamie Oliver shared a video of himself, wife Jools, and their children clapping as he wrote: "A huge THANK YOU to everyone who works for the NHS and all the amazing care workers right now, you're amazing! Big love x".
Rochelle and Marvin Humes also took part with their children
Ricky Gervais tweeted about the momentCredit: twitter
Amanda Holden posted a Boomerang of herself and her daughters wearing their pyjamas on the doorstep as they applauded, writing: "Applauding the #nhs #clapforourcarers @thisisheart so emotional, our neighbours have gone mad I can hear fireworks and cars beeping!"
Peter Andre, Piers Morgan, Ricky Gervais, Rochelle and Marvin Humes, and Love Island stars also shared their involvement with this evening's moving event.
The royal family took part too, with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's official Instagram account sharing a video of their three children proudly clapping in the garden.
Peter Andre shared a video from the garden
Piers Morgan was impressed by the UK's effortsCredit: twitter
However, the video was filmed in the day time as 8pm was no doubt past the princess and princes' bed time.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and wife Meghan shared their appreciation from Canada, writing on social media: "Thank you for all that you continue to do!
"Applauding you from across the pond!"
The royal family also got involved
British landmarks lit up in blue for the NHS this eveningCredit: Reuters
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