Liz Hurley has thanked the NHS after getting her second coronavirus vaccine, saying she feels "very grateful".
“Thank you to the NHS for my second Astra Zeneca Covid vaccine,” wrote the 55-year-old.
“I am very grateful.
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“Thank you to all the courageous NHS workers who have sacrificed so much to keep us safe.”
Hurley went on: “All my family in my age group and older are now double vaccinated.
“All my younger family members will be registering as soon as their age groups open up.
“I am so looking forward to downloading proof of my vaccines from the NHS app.”
The Gossip Girl star added the hashtags “#staysafe” and “#frontlinepin”.
Her son Damian was among those to respond to her post, sharing a string of heart emojis.
Hurley has also been encouraging others to get their jabs as she is one of the stars in a new vaccine campaign from the NHS.
The video, which also features Sir Elton John, Sir Lenny Henry, David Walliams, Navin Chowdury and Lydia West, sees the celebrities take part in an "audition" as they encourage others to take the vaccine and dispel misconceptions about the jab.
Urging people to protect themselves and others against the coronavirus, Hurley says: "So roll up your sleeve.
"It's not just your own life you'll be saving, it's other people's lives too."
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