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Princess Eugenie Joins Salvation Army Art Therapy Class


Princess Eugenie Joins Salvation Army Art Therapy ClassThe 31-year-old Princess Eugenie is all about freedom for every human being, nature and wildlife. The therapy class took place in West London, where the royal showed up wearing a £139 blue Whistles dress and painted a pretty picture of a mountain scene.

The class was asked to paint something they associated deeply with freedom.

Princess Eugenie Finds Freedom in Nature

Princess Eugenie joined modern slavery survivors for a fruitful day of art therapy in West London last week.

The mom-of-one, who founded the Anti-Slavery Collective charity foundation, visited the Salvation Army outreach hub wearing a simple blue gown.

Along with the other participants, the princess painted a picture with watercolors. The mural was an impressive landscape featuring a mountain, the blue skies and green vegetation, which is what freedom represents to Eugenie.

Eugenie celebrated this year’s World Environment Day in June by sharing her favorite moments enjoying nature, especially the ones she got to share with her 8-month-old son August.

Prince Andrew’s youngest daughter signed her initials on the mural as “EY” for Eugenie York.

She also posed alongside the director for Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Kathy Betteridge, and Service Manager for the Salvation Army’s London Outreach service, Jenny Gibson.

The royal was later pictured taking part in the class with other participants, a big white board displaying the words: “Welcome to the Salvation Army Art Session” at the back of the class.

Princess Eugenie Joins Salvation Army Art Therapy Class

Sharing the pictures on their Instagram account, The Anti-Slavery Collective captioned the snaps: “Yesterday our co-founder, HRH Princess Eugenie, was delighted to visit a Salvation Army outreach hub to take part in an art therapy class alongside modern slavery survivors.”

“They painted murals themed around freedom and what it meant to each survivor. The Salvation Army offers survivors of modern slavery a wide range of services including: confidential legal advice, health care, counselling, educational opportunities, financial support, and support in obtaining employment and housing.”

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