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Sophie, the Countess of Wessex made a surprise appearance this month at the Transform Housing & Support charity in Walton on Thames and looked delighted to meet clients and colleagues.
The Countess is the Royal Patron of Transform and was there to find out how the association has worked and supported homeless and vulnerable people since Covid-19 hit the UK in 2020. Each year the association helps more of 1,500 people to find housing and support.
The Royal was greeted by Mr. Michael More-Molyneux, Lord-Lieutenant of Her Majesty of Surrey, and was introduced to the association’s president and CEO to whom she spoke about the association before joining some of the clients by Transform. She then spent the day completing a London Underground puzzle, making pizza for lunch, and learning about the personal journeys of two of Transform’s clients.
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Looking for a casual outfit for the outing, the Countess opted for tailored teal wide leg pants, a white V-neck top with ruffled sleeves and a sleek, collarless leather jacket in which she already has. been seen. She finished her look with a rose gold pendant. Keeping her beauty look understated, her hair was worn down with a relaxed wave, flawless skin and a simple nude lip.
Transform chief executive Lawrence Santcross ended the day by thanking the royal family and giving them small gifts for his daughter, Lady Louise and son, James, Viscount Severn.
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