Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville gets COVID-19 role as vaccine marshal

Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville has been attending to grips with a topical new role – as a volunteer marshal at a coronavirus vaccination centre.

The 57-year-old British actor, greatest recognized internationally for taking part in patriarch Lord Grantham within the hit TV collection, is a part of the help crew who greet those that arrive for his or her injections on the hub in Midhurst, southern England.

Bonneville, additionally recognized for taking part in Henry Brown within the Paddington movies, was filmed by Britain’s BBC disinfecting his palms, signing in and placing on a reputation badge and brilliant yellow excessive visibility waistcoat earlier than getting right down to work.

“For some folks, it’s the primary time they’ve been out of their home in a 12 months,” Bonneville, wearing heat jacket and a cowboy hat, stated.

“We’ve had individuals who’ve actually been grateful for the outing as a lot as something and there’s this sense of a glimmer of hope so it’s nice to be a part of this crew effort.”

Some didn’t recognise him however one fan stated she requested for a selfie.

Britain has given out greater than 12 million first doses of COVID-19 vaccines.

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