Visit to St George’s School at Windsor for Ubunye Foundation

Just a really quick post today. The Countess of Wessex has paid a visit to the St George’s School at Windsor, where both of HRH’s children are students. As visit was entirely private, it means I won’t be able to share much, but I think it is worth mentioning anyway.
courtesy of St George’s School via its Twitter feed.

// The Countess met with Year 8 students, and spoke about her Patronage for Ubunye Foundation, located in South Africa, which was recently visited by The Wessex family, including Louise & James. Students from St George’s School have designed new logos for the Foundation and learnt more about the purpose and work of Ubunye. At one of the pictures you can spot Lady Louise as well, but I won’t be embedding this picture on my blog.

And on a private note, some of you may know that I work as a kindergarten teacher. Each year we go for a trip with our pupils, to some fun places, this year we went to Dream Park, where I popped to London with a quick visit. Hope you all had a lovely day as my kids & me. I’ll be back tomorrow again, as HRH has two engagements in London.

2 thoughts on “Visit to St George’s School at Windsor for Ubunye Foundation

  1. Amy

    Oh, what a treat! What a lovely photo of the Countess with the children. Lady Louise must be so proud of her mum.

    Anna, thank you for this quick post — and sharing a personal photo and story about yourself (now and then). The Dream Park looks like a great place to visit.

    I wanted to add that I just noticed you had updated your post on the Swedish Royal Wedding. I love the extra photos and stories regarding the other Royal Families — Queen Maxima (of course), Prince Haakon (yes, a very handsome man), and Princess Takamado of Japan, just to name a few. I'll have to go back and read it again over a cup of tea and cookies — it looks pretty long. You added a lot of new stuff. 🙂


  2. Hi Amy, yes I was working on my wedding post for the past weekend, I still want to re-watch wedding banquet and add more screengrabs and info from that part as well.


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