Katie Price and Rochelle Humes lead celebrities showing support for the NHS in final Clap for Carers

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Thursday night marked the final Clap for Carers and Katie Price was among the celebrities making sure to show her support for the NHS.

The initiative, which first began 10 weeks ago, sees everyone head out onto their doorsteps every Thursday night at 8pm during lockdown to clap and make as much noise as possible in tribute to those working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.

Katie has thrown her support behind the NHS and making sure to honour healthcare staff once again, she was seen hitting a saucepan while cheering and encouraging fans to get outside and do the same.

The mum-of-five flew solo, rocking a pink outfit, fluffy sliders and out-there sunglasses, as she explained: ‘Hello everyone, this is the last clap for carers, I would have had Harvey here, but he’s in bed knackered from his birthday celebrations.

‘The other kids are with their dads, so here’s the last clap for carers, everyone working on the frontline from me.’

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Katie was then seen enthusiastically hitting her pot with a wooden spoon.

Katie was in good spirits as she bashed her cooking pot with a wooden spoon (Picture: Instagram)

Rochelle Humes shared a video of her daughter clapping for the NHS (Picture: Instagram)

She wasn’t the only celebrity making sure to show their appreciation, as Rochelle Humes shared a sweet clip of her eldest daughter Alaia-Mai, seven, clapping.

Tonight marked the final clap, as campaign founder, Annemarie Plas, said on Good Morning Britain that she wants the initiative to remain positive before becoming too political.

‘I think it’s good to have the last of the series next Thursday, because to have the most impact I think it is good to stop it at its peak,’ she said ahead of tonight’s clap.

‘Without getting too political, I share some of the opinions that some people have about it becoming politicised. ‘I think the narrative is starting to change and I don’t want the clap to be negative.’

Celebrities that have taken part in the clap for carers campaign each week include the likes of Piers Morgan, Ant and Dec, Frankie Bridge, Stacey Solomon, Victoria and David Beckham and Joe Sugg to name a few.

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Many celebs have also been taking it upon themselves to raise money for the NHS during the coronavirus crisis, with Amanda Holden donating all funds raised from her debut single Over The Rainbow.

Joe Wicks, who has become the nation’s favourite PE teacher in lockdown, has raised over £200,000 for the NHS with his daily classes on YouTube.

It comes as coronavirus cases in the UK have now reached 269,000, with the number of deaths surpassing 37,800.

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