During the lockdown happening due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Royal Family has still found ways to give back.

ES Insider and Resume.io counted and found out just how many pandemic appearances the Royal Family attended!

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They have attended countless Zoom calls, clapped for carers and Queen Elizabeth even performed a knighthood ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

But which family member is the most involved? Resume.io says it's Prince Charles who has made the most appearances throughout the pandemic, as he has attended 69 engagements.

In late March, a spokesperson for Clarence House confirmed that Prince Charles had contracted coronavirus but was only having mild symptoms. The Prince of Wales continued to work remotely from his residence in Birkhall, Scotland.

Along with numerous Zoom calls, Prince Charles also attended in-person engagements, including the Commissioning Ceremony at Royal Air Force and visiting the Transport for London offices.

Prince William took part in 65 appearances and his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, was involved in 34 appearances, so the couple made 99 appearances combined.

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge speak during a video call regarding their support for mental health initiatives (via REUTERS)

Prince William and Kate have also appeared in multiple Zoom chats. They hosted Bingo for pensioners living at Shire Hall Care Home, as well as taking part in a Blackadder sketch with Stephen Fry for BBC’s Big Night In in April.

Queen Elizabeth herself has also managed to make a fair amount of appearances, with 54 over the past five months. Queen Elizabeth made her first public appearance in June to celebrate her birthday, and she participated in Zoom calls and even knighted Tom Moore for his incredible work raising money for the NHS.

Princess Anne, who usually carries out around 500 royal engagements a year, has made 47 appearances since lockdown started.

Many of Princess Anne’s appearances have been over Zoom, including a video calling with the International Olympic Committee Session.

One of her in-person appearances was when she visited the Foresters’ Forest Project to participate in board meetings with trustees.