Princess Anne meets unpaid caregivers through charity work


Princess Anne met unpaid caregivers, supported by the Carers First charity, last week to mark the charity’s 30th anniversary.

The Princess Royal, who is chairman of Carers Trust and known for her work supporting life-saving charities, attended the anniversary event to learn more about how unpaid caregivers are supported by Carers First.

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For the event, Princess Anne looked stylish in a tweed jacket and skirt combination. The Royal completed this look with pops of yellow and wore her hair in a bun. She greeted and spoke with caregivers, while wearing a face mask due to coronavirus restrictions, and appears to have cut a celebratory cake to celebrate the association’s anniversary.

The Princess Royal is known for her charitable work in support of the healthcare sector. Earlier this year, in May 2021, she launched a respite fund for unpaid caregivers as part of her role as President of Carers Trust. The Respite Fund aims to provide small grants to 30,000 unpaid caregivers, so that they can “take a well-deserved break from the constant demands of their caregiving role.”

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The Princess Royal has been President of Carers Trust since 2012.

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