The Countess of Wessex visited Coverwood Farm in Cranleigh

The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
On September 24, 2020, The Countess of Wessex visited Coverwood Farm in Cranleigh, as patron of The Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. The Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations (ASAO) represents the UK’s many agricultural, horticultural, equine and countryside organisations.
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
The purpose of the visit was to receive information about the current situation of local food production, the challenges faced by farmers as a result of the pandemic, and the opportunities facing farmers and food producers when they work to meet the growing interest in supporting and buying local and sustainably produced food.
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
On September 23, 2020, The Countess of Wessex volunteered at the newly opened DEBRA store in Martins Heron to support individuals and families living with the skin condition Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), which causes the skin to blister and tear at the slightest touch.
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store
DEBRA is the national charity with head quarters located in Bracknell Berkshire supporting people suffering from Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a potentially fatal genetic skin condition that causes constant pain due to unstoppable internal and external blistering. The Countess of Wessex is Patron of DEBRA.
The Countess is patron of the Association of Show and Agricultural Organisations. navy coat and boots. The Countess visited DEBRA store

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  1. The Countess of Wessex looks wonderful. Her "farm" attire is very attractive. I particularly like how the coat and necklace create an hour-glass effect. At the DEBRA store, her nude shoes paired with her tan pants is appealing. I wish she had worn the necklace from the earlier appearance. Her hair is very pretty.

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    1. Agree Debra. Just to add I really love that jacket! Also so great to see her sweet smile.
      Glo

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  2. What a great-looking jacket, jeans and boots combination -- the whole look has real flair and imo is one of Sophie's best ever. The cut of the jacket is indeed extremely flattering.

    A very worthy cause to be shining a light on, too. Well done, Countess!

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    1. I agree completely. And the nude or pale pink trousers with matching shoes at the second engagement look very cool and chic imo.

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    2. absolutely agreed! She looks fantastic!
      Chel

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  3. Je trouve que la comtesse est d'un abord très sympathique tout en faisant preuve de simplicité et de naturel. J'aime beaucoup sa tenue lors de sa visite à la ferme Coverwood. J'adore la couleur de ses cheveux ; je lui envie !

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  4. Sophie has always been admirable but her work has received more publicity of late. She's very much in the Princess Anne mould---unobtrusively getting on with supporting numerous charities and good causes without looking for fanfares or fuss. She's a star. Like her outfits on both days, especially the trousers worn on the visit to the store, though they could have been a tad longer

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    1. I agree with everything you said ! Ana

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    2. I think Sophie looks great in the outfit she is wearing to the farm. As usual, she is at her best in more casual attire. I am happy to see she just pulled her hair back into a ponytail and did not use a clip. I also like the outfit she wore to DEBRA. I do think her pants need to be a few inches longer. I see the same problem I saw when she was posing for the bust on September 17. The last picture shows she needs new bras. The uplift and shaping is just not there. Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is such a devastating disease. Bless Sophie for lending her support to DEBRA and bringing attention to EB.

      I have a different take with AnnieM's statement about Sophie "supporting numerous charities and good causes without looking for fanfares or fuss". While AnnieM is correct, I don't think the royals that do get the lion's share of the attention are necessarily asking for it, it just happens because the press prints what sells. No matter how hard she works, she is not international tabloid material. She has a conservative look, so women aren't waiting with baited breath to see what she will be wearing. There is no fun in following/stalking her in hopes of getting an awkward picture in order to make up a seedy story to match it. I don't think people would be as inclined to WANT to believe it as much as they WANT to believe stories about other royals. Unfortunately, if Louise were to take on an active role, she would be of more interest just because she is younger. Sophie is such an asset to the family, and they are very lucky to have her. Her 'roll-up-the-sleeves-and-get-to-work' attitude is beyond compare.

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  5. I love the Countess's casual wear, the delicate, subtle necklace is lovely. Her other outfit looks exceptional. I love the pairing of her beige shoes, looks great.

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  6. I really like both of these looks.

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