The Countess of Wessex visited Royal Surrey County Hospital

Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
The Countess of Wessex attended the Surrey Drive operation to support the local efforts in the coronavirus response. At the start of the day The Countess met Melanie Williams of Lavender Catering (also a member of Surrey Hills Enterprises), who is one of the many catering businesses supporting the project. Along with Melanie and her team, The Countess helped prepare meals for the Royal Surrey County Hospital.
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Following the meal preparation, The Countess travelled to the Royal Surrey County Hospital to deliver the meals to the NHS staff. On arrival, The Countess joined the volunteers to hand out meals to the frontline NHS heroes.The support from The Countess with Surrey Drive was a great boost to the NHS workers and the volunteers of the project.
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
The Surrey Drive initiative managed by the Surrey Event Professionals has the support of over 25 local event businesses and friends to deliver 4,416 meals every week to the Royal Surrey County Hospital and its community hospitals part of the trust.
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
The Royal Surrey County Hospital is a 520-bed District General Hospital, located on the fringe of Guildford, run by the Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust.
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess wore a navy blue wool jumber and green denim pants, Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Countess of Wessex wore Patrick Mavros pangolin earrings in sterling silver
Patrick Mavros Pangolin Earrings

10 Comments

  1. She looks very good in her casual clothes ( in my opinion better than when she is dressed for formal occasions).
    A very handsome woman and doing a great job!

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  2. Love the countess of Wessex. Always working for the good charities, very engaged
    Wearing the right clothes for the right occasion

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  3. She´s awesome!
    And I like her outfit!

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  4. Des gants mais pas de masque pour la préparation des repas ? Sophie a dû avoir l'adresse de Patrick Mavros de la part de Kate pour acheter de ravissantes boucles d'oreilles Pangolin ; très simples mais très féminines !

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    1. I had the same thoughts about the her not wearing as mask while preparing food. She has been doing a fantastic job digging in and doing her part and I admire her efforts greatly. I can see that the groups Sophie is working with don't think masks are an important part of the preventative measures so many are taking. Living in a place where masks are legally required, it is very difficult for me to see what seems like a careless attitude. I do realize different areas have different requirements, but I think we are better safe than sorry.

      Her casual attire has been spot on lately. I agree with Anon 10:13. Her casual attire is so much better than her "Countess" attire, hair included.

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    2. The advice in the UK is to leave the masks for the health professionals as they are of limited use outside a healthcare setting; and advised to wear on public transport (but apparently according to one minister it's our civic duty not to use public transport).

      She isn't doing anything wrong - especially if she doesn't have Covid-19.

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  5. Working away for her community again and not only is she wearing gloves but she has her hair tied back when working with food (as we have discussed before). Nioce casual outfit but the best thing is her lovely smile.

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  6. I am very impressed with commitments of Sophie, The Countess of Wessex to praising dedication and hard works of NHS staffs by preparing meals and providing NHS staffs with those meals.

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  7. The Countess has been at the forefront lending a hand in the background right from the start with no fuss or bother, just quietly going about it in her dignified manner, I have great respect for her, she shines.

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