Princess Eugenie on Football Charity Outing
HRH Princess Eugenie of York returned to royal duties after her gap year travels last week, conducting a day of football-themed charitable engagements.
Eugenie partnered with Sir David Tang, a family friend, to bring young members of the Hong Kong Down’s Syndrome Association’s Dragon Football Team to Chelsea Football Club’s Stamford Bridge. On the pitch, the young football enthusiasts met with one of England’s most famous players, midfielder Frank Lampard.
The princess hosted a lunch for the team at Kensington Palace, and after their visit to Stamford Bridge, they went on a sightseeing tour of attractions in London.
Eugenie will reportedly continue charity work throughout the summer, partnering with the Children in Crisis charity which was founded by her mother, Sarah, Duchess of York. She will begin university studies in the fall.
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