Sarah Ferguson shares stunning photographs of Royal Lodge’s grounds - and an inspirational message about COVID-19

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, pays a tribute to nature during this difficult time.

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The Duchess of York has shared an emotional post on the power of nature yesterday, showing the grounds of Royal Lodge.

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, shares her stunning countryside estate Royal Lodge in Windsor with her daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice and ex-husband Prince Andrew.

The Grade II-listed Royal Lodge was originally built to enable George IV to entertain guests during Royal Ascot – the home is just 7 miles from the racecourse.

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The Duchess has been a busy woman lately, donating food and supplies to NHS workers across the country.Sarah shared photos on Instagram of the fresh food reaching medical workers fighting coronavirus recently. The Duchess also delivered a huge hamper ofbeautyproducts to NHS staff in Buckinghamshire earlier this week, showing her support for those on the front line.

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But in her downtime, Fergie found some time to enjoy the stunning grounds of her country estate Royal Windsor Lodge - and share an inspirational post with her followers.

Posting two pictures of her beautiful gardens, Sarah wrote,‘Nature will show us the way forward, the shadow highlights the light.

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‘A horizon is just the limits of our sights, we will trust and we will stand with courage and support in deep gratitude, for brighter horizons #nature.’

Fan reactions

The quote clearly resonated with her fans, who were quick to comment with their own thoughts.

One wrote, ‘Mother Nature has definitely given us a major time out for us to think what we did to her 💕

While another said, ‘With all our sadness and sacrifices, Mother Nature is slowly being healed from all the pollution we have brought upon her. 🙏❤️’

A third wrote, ‘Absolutely true. This is but a learning curve. Look for the rainbow and it will surely appear👍🌺’

Food for thought indeed!

Lauren Hughes

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