Princess Eugenie is encouraging people to stay in the loop when it comes to her charity work! The royal made a new video with her friend Julia de Boinville on behalf of their organization The Anti-Slavery Collective on Thursday, informing her online followers about the charity's monthly newsletter.
Eugenie calls newsletter "a small snapshot" into slavery today
Eugenie wore a beautiful dress with a floral print as she addressed her viewers, explaining what they can expect to see from the newsletter. She said the monthly bulletin is "a small snapshot into the world of modern slavery," sharing that subscribers "can learn about the biggest news stories, some book recommendations, and most importantly, some survivor stories."
De Boinville then showed up on-screen, sharing how people can go about adding themselves to the digital mailing list for The Anti-Slavery Collective's newsletter. "The link to sign up can be found on our Instagram bio or at the top of our Twitter page," she told viewers, encouraging them to take action by subscribing.
Modern slavery is a topic that Eugenie has been deeply passionate about bringing awareness to for many years. She and Julia founded their charity back in 2017, often speaking out about the importance of supporting survivors. And earlier this year, the two even paid a special in-person visit to the Salvation Army safe house, which saw them personally deliver gifts to victims of slavery!