Sarah Ferguson Shows off Toned Legs in Black Dress during a Public Outing with Princess Eugenie
Sarah Ferguson and Princess Eugenie look sophisticated as they pose for pictures at a mother-daughter event for the Street Child charity.
The mother-daughter event was held in support of the Street Child charity, who partnered with HELLO! magazine, for an afternoon tea. Other guests in attendance included; Jo Mallone, Rachel Riley and Binky Felstead.
Street Child works towards achieving universal basic education to children across 10 different countries.
The event held a panel discussion to raise awareness and funds in support of Street Child's work with vulnerable girls across the world. The theme was "Creating change to empower women and girls around the world."
Ferguson looked stunning wearing an all-black ensemble. For the lunch she kept it simple wearing a round neck shift dress, which ties at the front. She also added gold jewelry.
She paired her look with pointed heels and sheer black stockings. The Duchess of York kept her makeup clean, adding just a little bit of blush and a smokey eye.
Honoured to chair panel discussion for my charity @streetchilduk to mark #InternationalDayOfTheGirl, held in partnership with @hellomag. So happy and proud my daughter Eugenie was there as global ambassador for Street Child.#MindTheGap #UKAidMatch #InternationalDayoftheGirl pic.twitter.com/T5G02v2ktg— Sarah Ferguson (@SarahTheDuchess) October 11, 2019
Eugenie looked equally sophisticated wearing a patterned guipure lace dress by Saloni. She wore her hair sleeked down and kept her make up simple with a nude lip and bold eyeliner.
The ever-stylish Princess kept her look very casual in knee-high black suede Lokyo boots by Isabel Marant.
It is reported, after a trip to Sierra Leone in February 2019, Ferguson was saddened by the lack of access to education that disadvantaged children receive in poverty-stricken countries. Announcing her involvement with the charity, she wrote:
"So happy to announce that your support for the @streetchilduk Count Me In campaign helped raise the fantastic total of £1.4M which the UK Government is matching thanks to UK Aid Match, making a grand total of £2.8M! The amazing team @streetchilduk will be able to help thousands more children go to school and learn."
"During the appeal I visited schools supported by Street Child in Sierra Leone and met children whose lives are being transformed by having access to education. It means so much," she revealed.
Previously, Ferguson had attended a Street Child event with her eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice. It is reported, they visited parliament to discuss ways to help support the work being done by Street Child. She spoke about ways of helping children living in poverty to gain better access to education.