Princess Eugenie shares positive news about acts of kindness amid the coronavirus pandemic – including a man who supported a street seller by paying $100 for a $1 piece of candy
- Princess Eugenie, 29, shared positive posts on Instagram account on Sunday
- Included screenshot from Good News Movement championed by Prince Harry
- Another snap shows man from Colombia doing a good deed for a street vendor
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Princess Eugenie has shared a series of positive tweets on Instagram – including a post by the Good News Movement account championed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Taking to her Instagram stories on Sunday evening, the royal, 29, shared four posts in a bid to spread some light amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
In one of the photos, a man from Medellin, Colombia, can be seen peering into a car window holding a bag of food.
He then surprises the street vendor selling coconut candy by telling him he will pay $100 (£86) instead of $1 (87p) for his treat since he knows the street vendor isn’t selling a lot due to coronavirus precautions.
Princess Eugenie, 29, has shared a series of positive tweets on Instagram amid the coronavirus pandemic. Pictured, arriving or a visit to Westminster Abbey, London in July 2019
In one of the photos, a man from Medellin, Colombia, can be seen surprising a street vendor selling coconut candy by telling him he will pay $100 instead of $1 for his treat
Another snap shared by the royal is a screenshot from a video originally posted to the Good News Movement Instagram account.
The caption reads: ‘On Friday at 8:45 am, 83 radio stations in 31 different countries played the same song simultaneously “You’ll Never Walk Alone” on the radio.
‘The doctors and nurses in The Netherlands heard it and danced with Ambulance drivers through a glass. This effort is thanks to Dutch DJ 3FM Sander Hoogendoorn to show solidarity across borders.’
It comes just hours after Princess Eugenie posted a sweet tribute to Sarah Ferguson, saying she wants to ‘celebrate Mumma’ on Mother’s Day – while thanking people for ‘staying away’ from elderly relatives
The royal shared this snap from the Good News Movement Instagram account championed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured)
Princess Eugenie also shared a post thanking everyone from healthcare workers and supermarket staff for exposing themselves to ‘unselfishly take care of humankind’ (pictured)
The royal shared a series of images with her mother and sister, Beatrice, 31, on her Instagram page to her one million followers today.
Eugenie added that she wanted to celebrate all the mothers who are ‘being kept apart’ from their children today as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Eugenie wrote: ‘Happy Mother’s Day!! Today I want to celebrate my mumma but also all the amazing mothers out there.
‘I would like to celebrate all the mothers that can’t be with their children today because they are saving lives or keeping their distance to keep them and their children safe.
‘Today and every day we should tell our loved ones how much we love and cherish them. #happymothersday #happy #mother’
Princess Eugenie posted a message to her mother, the Duchess of York, wishing her a Happy Mother’s Day, on Instagram on Sunday. The royal shared a series of images showing herself with her mother and sister, Beatrice, 31, on her Instagram page to her one million followers including the above shot, with her husband Jack Brooksbank and mother Sarah Ferguson