Fergie flies to Poland to help Ukranian refugees

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Sarah Ferguson visits Poland to offer support and comfort to Ukrainian refugees and hands out hugs to young people as she declares that ‘the world has a duty to support them’

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The Duchess of York is the first member of the extended royal family to travel to Poland to meet Ukrainian refugees.

The Duchess of York is the first member of the extended royal family to travel to Poland to meet Ukrainian refugees.

Prince Andrew’s ex-wife, who is grandmother to Princess Eugenie’s son August, and Princess Beatrice’s daughter, Sienna, born in September, said in an Instagram post: “I’ve always believed that a child’s smile is the most important thing. is in the world, so it’s special to see so many children getting caught up in this crisis.’

She added: 'It is a privilege to meet some of them today and hear their stories.  The world has a duty to support them.'

She added: 'It is a privilege to meet some of them today and hear their stories.  The world has a duty to support them.'

She added: ‘It is a privilege to meet some of them today and hear their stories. The world has a duty to support them.’

Her charity Sarah's Trust has sent three articulated trucks with supplies to Poland and she traveled to Warsaw, where she was welcomed by Mayor Rafa¿ Kazimierz Trzaskowski, to find out 'what else we can do'.

Her charity Sarah's Trust has sent three articulated trucks with supplies to Poland and she traveled to Warsaw, where she was welcomed by Mayor Rafa¿ Kazimierz Trzaskowski, to find out 'what else we can do'.

Her charity Sarah’s Trust has sent three articulated trucks with supplies to Poland and she traveled to Warsaw, where she was welcomed by Mayor Rafał Kazimierz Trzaskowski, to find out ‘what else we can do’.

Fergie, who recently returned to her online show Story time With Fergie and Friends to support the children of Ukraine, was pictured hugging and comforting young people and their families who had escaped the invasion.

Fergie, who recently returned to her online show Story time With Fergie and Friends to support the children of Ukraine, was pictured hugging and comforting young people and their families who had escaped the invasion.

Fergie, who recently returned to her online show Story time With Fergie and Friends to support the children of Ukraine, was pictured hugging and comforting young people and their families who had escaped the invasion.

In her Instagram post, she said she was heartbroken at watching the invasion of Ukraine, and was particularly moved to see families segregated and civilians involved in the bloodshed.  She said: 'I am honored to be welcomed to Poland today by @trzaskowskirafal and to meet Ukrainian refugees.'  At least 2.8 million Ukrainians have fled their country since Russia invaded, of which Poland has absorbed at least 1.7 million so far.

In her Instagram post, she said she was heartbroken at watching the invasion of Ukraine, and was particularly moved to see families segregated and civilians involved in the bloodshed.  She said: 'I am honored to be welcomed to Poland today by @trzaskowskirafal and to meet Ukrainian refugees.'  At least 2.8 million Ukrainians have fled their country since Russia invaded, of which Poland has absorbed at least 1.7 million so far.

In her Instagram post, she said she was heartbroken at watching the invasion of Ukraine, and was particularly moved to see families segregated and civilians involved in the bloodshed. She said: ‘I am honored to be welcomed to Poland today by @trzaskowskirafal and to meet Ukrainian refugees.’ At least 2.8 million Ukrainians have fled their country since Russia invaded, of which Poland has absorbed at least 1.7 million so far.

She has already gotten a lot of positive comments on her Instagram post, many full of blue and yellow hearts to show their support and love.  One user commented: 'Sarah, you are the best!!'  While another said 'Great xx they definitely need a lot of support xx' A third said 'Great!  Keep it up!  Thanks for sharing her story and thanks for sharing links on your story last week where we could donate.”

She has already gotten a lot of positive comments on her Instagram post, many full of blue and yellow hearts to show their support and love.  One user commented: 'Sarah, you are the best!!'  While another said 'Great xx they definitely need a lot of support xx' A third said 'Great!  Keep it up!  Thanks for sharing her story and thanks for sharing links on your story last week where we could donate.”

She has already gotten a lot of positive comments on her Instagram post, many full of blue and yellow hearts to show their support and love. One user commented: ‘Sarah, you are the best!!’ While another said ‘Great xx they definitely need a lot of support xx’ A third said ‘Great! Keep it up! Thanks for sharing her story and thanks for sharing links on your story last week where we could donate.”

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