Princess Eugenie has admitted she’s ‘very lucky to have had her health throughout both lockdowns’ and is ‘grateful that her father-in-law is alive’ after he spent five weeks on a ventilator while battling coronavirus.
The Queen’s granddaughter, 30, spoke with charitable accessories firm Together Band during an Instagram Live on Monday, in her role as co-founder of the Anti-Slavery Collective.
Eugenie, who lives in Ivy Cottage at Kensington Palace, chatted about her life in lockdown before discussing how to tackle modern slavery during the pandemic.
The royal, who is tenth in line to the British throne, and her husband Jack Brooksbank announced in September that they were expecting their first child, who is due in early 2021.
Princess Eugenie (pictured during an Instagram Live with co-creator of Together Band Cameron Saul) has admitted she’s ‘very…
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