Princess Anne wears green checked coat for charity project


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Princess Anne stepped out in an elegant green checked coat to open a new center for disabled children and adults.

The Princess Royal styled the wool coat with black knee-high boots and leather gloves for the event at the Chamwell Center Charity in Gloucestershire.

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The Princess officially opened the brand new facilities and received a visit from the charity’s chairwoman, Dr Marie Owen, and met the children, staff and benefactors of the new centre.

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A photograph of Princess Anne at the Chamwell Center was shared on the Royal Family’s official Instagram account with a caption.

The caption read that “The Princess Royal has officially opened @chamwellcentre’s new specialist facilities” and explained that the facilities are designed to “benefit the physical and emotional well-being of disabled adults and children in Gloucestershire”.

Other members of the Royal Family have also been busy supporting important causes in recent weeks.

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The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Shout text support service last week to learn more about their work to provide 24/7 mental health support.

A post on the Royal Family’s Instagram page explained that the Duchess “thanked clinical supervisors, volunteers and fundraisers for their essential work in providing mental health support to all who need it”.

You can find out more about the support available from Chamwell Center Charity and Shout on their websites.


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