Prince Andrew stepped down from royal duties in January 2020, following the Jeffrey Epstein scandal surrounding him. Now he was seen in public for the first time in months, along with Sarah Ferguson, packing gift bags for the Thames Hospice in Windsor.

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Fergie's assistant, Antonia Marshall, took to Instagram to share the pictures of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, who are teaming up for supporting the NHS during the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The post read, "The York Family are a wonderful and steadfast unit and through this crisis, are continuously helping others. So proud of them all…"

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Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson team up to support the healthcare community

The pictures shared by Antonia Marshall show Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson making up gift bags from what seems to be their Royal Lodge home, where they are believed to be self-isollating alongside Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank.

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Since the coronavirus pandemic started, Sarah Ferguson has been supporting the healthcare community in many ways. She, for instance, has provided food and delivered packages to the NHS staff in England. This time she was joined by her ex-husband, whose first public appearance in months shows him delivering parcels to Windsors' Thames hospice.

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