Stylish maternity! Princess Eugenie dazzles in a midi dress and sleeveless jacket as she visits an elementary school to discuss modern slavery
She’s pregnant with her second child – but that doesn’t seem to slow Princess Eugenie.
Last week the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York, 33, visited Herbert Morrison Primary School in Lambeth to discuss modern slavery in her Year 6 class.
Eugenie – with whom she also shares two-year-old son August Husband Jack Brooksbank – He looked dapper in a black midi dress teamed with a burgundy sleeveless jacket for a walk.
Three photos were shared from the occasion Anti-Slavery Group An Instagram account from yesterday shows King sitting in a classroom full of school kids talking about “modern slavery in an age-appropriate way.”
The princess, the great-granddaughter of the late Queen Elizabeth II, founded the charity with her friend Julia de Boinville in 2017.
The Duke and Duchess of York’s daughter (photo centre-right), 33, last week visited Herbert Morrison Primary School in Lambeth to discuss modern slavery with her sixth grade class.
“Last week the_anti_slavery_collective visited Herbert Morrison Primary School in Lambeth with Heather from thebravebeartrust representing invisibletraffick and Kim Ann Williamson MBE, civil servant in the Cabinet Office and Head of Modern Slavery Training UK to raise awareness and bring modern slavery training to the education sector read label Captions.
And she continued: We used the book “The Brave” to talk to the sixth-year class about modern slavery in an age-appropriate manner.
Courage is a story of friendship and freedom. Inspired by the true stories of a young girl rescued from exploitation with her teddy bear and a coffee-roasting business that empowers survivors of exploitation.
It was an honor to meet the children at Herbert Morrison Primary School and talk to them about how to keep them safe.
The Brave Bear Trust works within schools and community organizations internationally to educate children ages 8-10 through the use of the Brave Book.
‘Invisible Traffick’ is a Northern Ireland-based charity that aims to tackle human trafficking in the UK and Ireland by raising awareness through the introduction of the Junior Education Program in primary schools.
The program teaches children how to stay safe, enabling them to be aware of modern slavery in a child-appropriate way and enabling them to talk to a trusted adult.
Eugenie — who also shares two-year-old son August with husband Jack Brooksbank — looked chic in a black midi dress with a burgundy sleeveless jacket for the outing.
Three photos from the occasion were shared on The Anti-Slavery Collective’s Instagram account yesterday, showing King sitting in a classroom full of school children as they talked about ‘modern slavery in an age-appropriate way’.
It concluded that “The Invisible Trafficking and Anti-Slavery Collective are members of the Modern Slavery Training Delivery UK group”.
Earlier this month, Eugenie’s growing baby bump was on display when she joined her husband at a wedding in Mayfair.
The youngest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York looked effortlessly elegant in a floral Veronica Beard midi dress.
Proving her fashion prowess, she teamed the chic number with a Max Mara camel coat and matching M2Malletier crossbody bag.
She attended the wedding in London with her husband, Jack. The couple, who married in 2018 and are expecting their second child together, already share a 2-year-old August.
Cressida Bonas, who dated Prince Harry for two years until 2014, is also believed to have attended the ceremony. It is unclear to whom his wedding was.
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