Princess Eugenie announces exciting news following emotional message to the Queen

Princess Eugenie has shared an exciting announcement on her Instagram Stories about The Anti-Slavery Collective, which she co-founded with her best friend Julia de Boinville in 2017.

The mother-of-one revealed she was posting “news from my charity” after resharing a message from the charity organization.

The statement began, “We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Advisory Board and welcome its members The Rt Hon @theresamay, Caroline Haughey QC OBE, William Lewis, Jared Cohen, and John Studzinski CBE, who will join us in our mission to eradicate modern slavery in all of its forms.”

Eugenie and her now-husband Jack were also at the party ( Image: Getty Images Europe)

“We are excited to grow under their leadership, and we will continue to encourage law enforcement agencies, policymakers, journalists, academics, NGOs, businesses, individuals, and survivors to collaborate and share ideas on how to combat modern slavery.”

 

“We’re looking forward to announcing more Advisory Board Members in the near future.”

 

“The Advisory Board includes leading figures from business, politics, and the media who will play a crucial role in helping us fight to eradicate modern slavery, in all its forms,” the charity wrote in the post.

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s youngest daughter made another charity announcement earlier this year, announcing the launch of her own podcast series.

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“We were so excited to begin recording our long-awaited podcast this year, due to be released in 2022, so stay tuned!” Eugenie and Julia, who met on a school trip, said in a joint message.

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In a photo, the two sat on a cream sofa in front of a dark blue bookcase filled with novels and photographs, wearing microphones.

 

The podcast series’ premiere date has yet to be determined.

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