THE PRINCE Andrew broke the cover to join his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson in boxes of cupcakes for hospice workers during the coronavirus crisis in Britain.
The Duke of York, 60, was broke by wrapping the cakes in gift bags for Thames Hospice in Windsor in snapshots on Instagram.
Andrew has not been seen at a public event since January and has kept a low profile since the controversy surrounding his friendship with the pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
The photo of Andrew and Mrs. Ferguson was published by his assistant Antonia Marshall.
Marshall wrote: “Sarah Ferguson and the Duke of York are packing all of the care packages for the Thames Hospice in Windsor today.
“The York family is a wonderful and steadfast unit and, during this crisis, continually helps others. So proud of everyone… ”
The York family is a wonderful and steadfast unit and, during this crisis, continually helps others. So proud of them all.
Another photo shows Andrew arriving at the hospice to deliver the packages to staff.
Most of the photos are believed to have been taken from the Duke’s home in Winsdor, Berkshire – the Royal Lodge.
It is believed that he and Mrs. Ferguson will stay together there during the coronavirus lockdown.
The photos also mark the first time Andrew has been seen with his ex-wife since he left royal office three months ago.
Andrew stayed out of the spotlight after examining his relationship with Epstein last year.
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