Roy­als want to meet in­spi­ra­tional am­bos

The Courier-Mail - - NEWS -

THE in­spir­ing acts of two paramedics who took a pal­lia­tive care pa­tient to the ocean one last time have cap­tured royal at­ten­tion. Her­vey Bay paramedics Danielle Kel­lam and Graeme Cooper took a dy­ing woman (pic­tured) to the beach for her last time in Novem­ber.The story went vi­ral and even cap­tured the at­ten­tion of Prince Harry and Meg ghan, the Duchess of Sus­sex.

Kens­ing­ton Palace reached out to the Her­vey Bay of­fi­cerin-charge to say the roy­als would like to meet the paramedics on their trip Down Un­der.

“She says Prince Harry and Meghan want to meet you, and I’ve gone ‘un­be­liev­able, is this real, like pinch me for good­ness sake’,” paramedic Graeme Cooper said.

The hum­ble paramedics said it was a “bless­ing” to be able to ful­fil the dy­ing woman’s last wish to see the ocean.

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