Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew have been model parents during and after their divorce, remaining forever close and united especially when it comes to their two daughters; Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.
Now the proud parents have both taken to social media to praise their children over their hard work and charitable causes.
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Yesterday, Sarah 'Fergie' Ferguson posted heartfelt snaps on social media of Beatrice and Eugenie and their philanthropic endeavours, writing: "So proud of my girls."
Meanwhile, doting father Prince Andrew decided to celebrate eldest daughter Princess Beatrice on her hard work at the Outward Bound talk and at the Duke of Edinburgh event, writing on Instagram: "This week, Princess Beatrice hosted a dinner in support of @outwardbounduk at Windsor Castle. In March, HRH became a Trustee of the educational charity (The Duke of York is Patron), which helps young people defy their limitations through learning & adventures in the wild."
Continuing his devotion post, the Duke of York continued: "Her Royal Highness also attended the 17th Annual @friendswithoutaborder Gala, where she was presented with their first Making a Difference Award. In 2018, Princess Beatrice visited the Laos Friends Hospital For Children, including the opening of the new Neonatal ward."
Last week Princess Eugenie chaired a panel for The Anti-Slavery Collective, a charity which she and best friend Julia de Boinville co-founded together to shine a light on modern-day slavery as a global epidemic.
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As for elder sister Princess Beatrice, the royal is the vice president of partnerships and strategy at business tech company Afiniti and has been elected to the board of the UK charity The Outward Bound Trust as a trustee.