Princess Eugenie praises her 'special mum' Sarah Ferguson

Princess Eugenie praises her ‘special mum’ Sarah Ferguson for bringing ‘joy and happiness’ through her ‘storytime’ YouTube show during this ‘challenging time’

  • Princess Eugenie, 30, praised her mother Sarah Ferguson, 60, on Instagram
  • Spoke of royal’s daily story-time slot to keep spirits up amid global pandemic
  • Thanked her for bringing ‘joy and happiness’ during this ‘challenging time’ 

Princess Eugenie has praised her ‘special mum’ Sarah Ferguson for bringing ‘joy and happiness’ through her ‘storytime’ YouTube show during this ‘challenging time.’

Taking to Instagram, Princess Eugenie, 30, shared a screenshot of her mother, the Duchess of York’s post, and penned: ‘My special mum has started @storytimewithfergieandfriends. Something to bring joy and happiness in this challenging time. 

‘If you’d like your story read or you would like to take part then look below to join in on a bit of fun.’  

In an effort to keep spirits high, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife has introduced a daily story time slot where she reads a children’s bedtime story on YouTube – and is joined online by various celebrity guests.

Princess Eugenie, 30, has praised her ‘special mum’ Sarah Ferguson, 60, for bringing ‘joy and happiness’ through her ‘storytime’ YouTube show. Pictured, attending the 50th anniversary of The Beatles SGT Pepper Album at Abbey Road Studios for End The Silence and Hope&Homes for Children on May 31, 2017 in London

Taking to Instagram, the royal penned: ‘My special mum has started @storytimewithfergieandfriends. Something to bring joy and happiness in this challenging time’ (pictured)

In her post, the Duchess of York, 60, encouraged the nation to send in their favourite children’s stories and wrote: ‘I would love to receive your books and stories for @storytimewithfergieandfriends.’ 

It comes hours after Princess Eugenie thanked a breakfast brand for donating ‘over a million bags’ of oats to a care package scheme for vulnerable people across the country.

Taking to her social media page, Eugenie, shared a picture of NHS healthcare workers clutching huge bags of porridge oats that had been donated by Cheshire based brand MornFlake.

The royal posted: ‘Thankyou to @MornFlake who have been donating 100s of bags of their oats to hospital workers but also over a million now to the @Defrauk care package scheme – a national initiative which sends care parcels out to vulnerable people across the country.’  

In her own Instagram post, Sarah Ferguson encouraged the nation to send in their favourite childhood books for @storytimewithfergieandfriends (pictured)

It comes after the 30-year-old shared a snap of health workers carrying boxes full of oats as she thanked the Chesire-based company 

Princess Eugenie has played an active role on social media during the pandemic, highlighting work done to support NHS staff working on the frontline. 

The Duchess of York’s daughter has previously thanked a takeaway chain for donating to frontline staff at The York hospital as it emerged that Sarah Ferguson has briefed eateries to make any donations ‘convenient’.

Earlier this week, Eugenie shared a picture of the colourful goodie bags containing pasta that had been donated to NHS workers at the York Hospital. 

The royal wrote:  ‘Thank you to  Eataliano UK who donated and delivered their pasta to the team on the fronttline at York Hospital’.

It comes days after Princess Eugenie thanked a takeaway chain for donating to frontline staff at The York hospital 

Meanwhile, her mother Sarah Ferguson shared a picture of hospital staff holding trays of brownies, writing: ‘Thank you so much for the cake and brownie donations to Northwick Park Hospital’. 

The baker behind the brownies, Nisha Khurana, later took to Instagram to reveal the brief she had been given, focusing on ‘comfort’ when she baked for hospital staff.

She wrote: ‘Absolutely delighted to have been given the opportunity to contribute towards the generous donations to the NHS by Sarah, Duchess of York. 

‘From the beginning comfort and convenience were the main focus for what I was going to produce. With that in mind, and a cup of tea in hand, I settled on individually baked slices of brownies, coffee and walnut cake, banana cake and lemon bread.’

She added:  ‘Made even sweeter by the donation going to the renal unit at the Northwick Park Hospital who have been instrumental in keeping many people alive and well, including my mum’.

The baker behind the brownies, Nisha Khurana, later took to Instagram to reveal the brief she had been given, focusing on ‘comfort’ when she baked for hospital staff

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