Princess Eugenie delivers meals home
The British Royals are proving, day by day, that they do not want to be the stone guests of one of the biggest and heaviest crises that the United Kingdom and the world have had to face in the last century. After the commitment of William and Kate, the applause of the baby royals, Princess Eugenie is now on the field who, like her cousins Harry and Meghan, has engaged in the delivery of meals at home.
Prince Andrew’s eldest daughter, in the company of her husband Jack Brooksbank, has in fact delivered numerous meals to Imperial College London: mask, extremely low-profile attitude and the exclusive desire to contribute to the good of the community.
An act that recounts an important period of the life of Beatrice and Jack who celebrated their tenth-anniversary last week and who, today, with the sister who saw her wedding being canceled due to the pandemic and the father still far from public life, proves to be one of the pillars of the Royal Family.