Several photos of Prince Andrew were shared on Instagram today by Sarah’s assistant Antonia Marshall. In snapshots shared on the social media platform, the Duke and Duchess of York can be seen in casual attire preparing care kits for staff at the Thames Hospice in Windsor.
In another, he is standing outside the hospice with several bags in his hand.
The photos are accompanied by a brief caption: “@ sarahferguson15 and @hrhthedukeofyork wrapping all care packages for @thameshospice in Windsor today.
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Prince Andrew and Sara, also known to royal fans and their friends as Fergie, would pass the lock together at the Royal Lodge.
The Duchess and her youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie, have posted several updates on their social media platforms focused on their efforts to help frontline workers.
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Earlier this month, Fergie shared a photo of boxes of fruit and vegetables delivered to NHS staff at Hammersmith Hospital.
She wrote on Instagram, “We are delighted to send boxes of fruit and vegetables to the frontline workers of @nhsenglandldn who are in great need.
“Photos of today’s delivery to Hammersmith Hospital, supported by Prescott Thomas who delivers throughout London. “
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This morning, Princess Eugenie invited people to thank the postmen and women for their hard work by downloading stickers reading: “Dear Postie, thank you for working hard so that we can stay safe and always send happy mail.
“You are our heroes. “
These stickers have been approved by the Royal Mail itself.
Prince Andrew was last seen in public in January when he accompanied the Queen to church for her regular Sunday service.
The Duke of York retired from royal office in mid-November after his disastrous interview with Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis.
The 45-minute interview focused entirely on the prince’s relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
The Duke of York came under heavy criticism after failing to express sympathy for the victims of Epstein.
He also said that he generally did not regret his relationship with the former financier, as it had enabled him to form profitable new relationships.
Following public outrage and the decision of several of his charities and partners to withdraw their support for the Duke, Prince Andrew issued a statement announcing his decision to temporarily withdraw from public life.
He said, “It has become clear to me in recent days that the circumstances of my former association with Jeffrey Epstein have become a major disruption to my family’s work and to the valuable work that continues in the many organizations and charities that I am. proud to support.
“Therefore, I asked Her Majesty if I can retire from public office for the foreseeable future, and she has given her permission. “
In his statement, Andrew also said he regretted his “association of bad judgments” with Epstein.