Covid-19: Daughters of former Norfolk NHS worker hail her as their hero

Two girls whose surprise reunions with their mothers were viewed online more than nine million times a year by NHS staff have called them their heroine.

Suzie Vaughan was a company doctor at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, but was moved to a Covid ward at the beginning of the pandemic and sent her children to her sister’s home to protect them from infection.

Hettie (8) and Bella (10) watched their emotional video of their reunion with their mother again after a gap of nine weeks. Hettie called her “my heroine” while Bella said, “I thought I would never see her again.”

Ms. Vaughan has since left the NHS and the family have moved to Peterborough to be closer to the relatives.

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