The princess is currently self-isolating with her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in London during the current lockdown, while her sister and mother Sarah Ferguson remain in Windsor. Beatrice is seen talking to the camera in her stylish living room, that’s furnished in a monochrome theme teamed with cream curtains, as she gave her support to those facing life-threatening illnesses.
Since 2013 the princess has been a patron of the hospice, she spoke in the video about the current pandemic’s effect on the young people who use the service.
She said: “As a proud ambassador for the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice, I just want to send this message to the families and young people supported by the incredible work of Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.
“I know what an incredibly challenging time, especially for those living in isolation not receiving that face-to-face support which is delivered by the incredible nurses and staff at the hospice.
“Please know that we are with you, every single step of the way. Their helpline is available 24/7, seven days a week.
“Please call them with any questions or queries, and we’re here to support you.
“I’m here to support you. I just want to send you all my love, and at this really challenging time, I’m with you and I support and thank you.” She added.
Her sister Eugenie, father Prince Andrew, and mother Sarah Ferguson continue to isolate at Beatrice’s childhood home of Royal Lodge in Windsor.
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The royal also shared a picture of her reading the children’s book ‘In Wibbly’s Garden’ earlier today, as part of her daily Youtube channel ‘Storytime with Fergie and Friends’, to encourage little ones to read while in lockdown.
Meanwhile, Beatrice has kept a low profile during the coronavirus lockdown, while her sister Eugenie has been spotted out on royal duty several times.
It comes as the pandemic forced Beatrice to postpone her dream wedding to Edoardo.
In April Hello! Magazine confirmed that Beatrice and Edoardo will no longer wed on Friday 29 May.
Originally the couple were going to marry in a small ceremony at the Chapel Royal at St James’s Palace in front of their close family.
Beatrice and Edoardo were forced to call off their reception at Buckingham Palace gardens.
Not since 2011 when Kate Middleton and Prince William married, has the Queen hosted a wedding party within the grounds of her London home.
Published at Mon, 18 May 2020 23:22:00 +0000