This is the primary time a royal will grace Good Housekeeping and is a primary for the Countess of Wessex. Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex, is a Patron of the NSPCC and Childline, spoke with the publication in that position.
Sophie mentioned her position within the Royal Family and with the youngsters’s charity within the publication.
She mentioned taking taking on the patronage of the NSPCC from the Queen in 2016: “This was the primary patronage that Her Majesty requested me to tackle and I accepted the honour instantly.
“The NSPCC is likely one of the UK’s most well-known and revered kids’s charities and its title has been acquainted to me for so long as I can keep in mind.
“I’m proud that I can help the work being executed to stop youngster abuse and neglect, and help those that should not have adults that defend them.”
Sophie Countess of Wessex has been volunteering in particular person through the coronavirus lockdown.
She has assisted in quite a lot of volunteer centres “privately, without any fanfare,” in accordance with the Daily Mail.
Sophie has been attended a London kitchen not less than as soon as every week to make meals for hospital workers.
Read the total interview with HRH The Countess of Wessex within the October situation of Good Housekeeping, on sale the 26th of August. It is on the market in all supermarkets and on-line at MagsDirect.