Princess Eugenie visited Heath Mount School in Hertford

Reiss Lavinnia jacket. Princess Eugenie wore a black double breasted jacket, blazer from Reiss.The Anti-Slavery Collective

On March 18, 2022, Princess Eugenie of York visited Heath Mount School in Woodhall Park in Hertfordshire. The Princess and Julia spoke to the students about their mission to end modern slavery. Princess Eugenie and Julia de Boinville are the co-founder of The Anti-Slavery Collective, an initiative that brings "change-makers" together to raise awareness for modern slavery. Princess Eugenie wore a double breasted jacket by Reiss.

Reiss Lavinnia jacket. Princess Eugenie wore a black double breasted jacket, blazer from Reiss.The Anti-Slavery Collective

Princess Eugenie wore Reiss Lavinnia Double Breasted Jacket
Reiss Lavinnia Double Breasted Jacket

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  1. Belle allure dans cette veste qu'Eugénie porte non boutonnée !

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  2. We tend to dismiss the idea that slavery is still a fact of life in parts of the world, and I think it is good to educate children on the subject. I admire Princess Eugenie and Ms. de Boinville for undertaking this project. Eugenie looks appropriately dressed for this project. Her blazer is very pretty.

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  3. Anonymous19/3/22 20:48

    Nice to see Princess Eugenie. She is looking well and I like the length of the shorter jacket on her (from what we can see.)
    - Anon 9:13

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  4. This is a lovely double breasted jacket, it suits the Princess well. A very serviceable jacket it can be worn with most things.

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  5. Please, no. Not this message from this family.

    Severe clothing and not a gentle lighting/presentation for the children. Looks like a stage set rehearsal for a play.

    C.

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    1. Anonymous19/3/22 23:51

      The message is much needed - and it isn't from a "family". Princess Eugenie has long been involved in this project and as a fully grown adult is not responsible for the actions of her relatives.

      G

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    2. Anonymous20/3/22 06:59

      Severe clothing? How should she dress to speak to these children about this subject matter? Like a clown?

      Eugenie and Beatrice do not represent the royal family. They have their own personal endeavors. ~d

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  6. Anonymous20/3/22 05:48

    There goes C again!! 😂😂😂
    CB

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    1. P. the original20/3/22 10:34

      Badly in need of attention again😂😂😂

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    2. P. the original20/3/22 12:05

      ...and replying to herself again

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  7. Anonymous20/3/22 10:29

    To C. In what century do you live ? Your comment make me think of this sentence "the sins of the father". She is not responsable for the actions of her family. It also make me think of the children of the collaborators after the second World War. They also have been punished for their fathers sins. Do not make the same mistake. There are enough bad things going on in the world lately.

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  8. Lovely to see Princess Eugenie giving her support to this organisation. From what we can see the blazer looks good. AS the older members of the royal family, such as the Kents and Gloucesters scale back, I really hope Prince Charles will call on the York Princesses to step into their roles.

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