Princess Royal exudes bravery as she takes up official duties


The undaunted Princess Royal steps out for royal duty amidst the pandemic caused by coronavirus outbreak in the UK.

Princess Anne was scheduled to visit the Equestrian Centre on Monday and she fulfilled her assignment with courage. On Monday, the royal, as vice patron of the British Horse Society visited the Addington Equestrian Centre, the home of the Metropolitan Trotting Club in Addington, Christchurch in New Zealand.

In protective clothing of a navy coat with a gold horse-shaped brooch and a red scarf, Princess Anne, met the British Horse Society’s education team and equine coaches and watching a display of world-class coaching demonstrations from top coaches. During her visit, Princess Anne also gave a speech about the importance of having qualified coaches within the equestrian industry.

In view of the pandemic, the British Horse Society said additional measures are in place to protect more than 300 visitors who will be gathering at the Addington Equestrian Centre.‘We’re doing exactly what the Government has advised. We have additional hand sanitisers and we’re encouraging people to wash their hands,’ a BHS spokeswoman said. While Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said that people aged over 70 will be asked in the coming weeks to self-isolate for up to four months in order to protect them from the Covid-19 illness.

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Princess Anne was last seen at the Cheltenham Festival last week in the midst of thousands of race fans.

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