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Sarah Ferguson Praises NHS Staff & Their Work During Coronavirus Outbreak

Sarah Ferguson Stays Positive On Social Media As She Shares Serene Landscape Photo
March 20, 2020 - 09:55 / Hayley Paskevich

In the last couple of days Sarah Ferguson was quite active on social media. She not only shared a beautiful photo for St. Patrick's Day, but also lauded the workers of the NHS in the times of the coronavirus outbreak!

Sarah Ferguson is sharing a little bit of beauty in these difficult times! The Duchess of York, who has been sparingly active on Instagram as of late, took to the social media platform to post a stunning photo of Ireland in honour of St. Patrick's Day. Her caption was simple, yet drew attention to the lush landscape. "Ooh The Emerald Isles .. Happy St Patrick’s Day .. Sugarloaf Mountain," Sarah wrote.

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Sarah's St. Patrick's Day post comes at a much-needed time

Sarah may have also had reason to post the photo beyond honouring the Irish holidayAs Hello! points out, this Tuesday also happens to have been the same day Sarah's eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice, made the announcement that her wedding reception was cancelled due to coronavirus. It's no wonder then that she would want to share something that would lift her followers' spirits!

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York representing Street Child, attends the GFI Charity Day on September 11, 2019.

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Sarah Ferguson praises NHS workers

On Thursday, Sarah made another post where she briefly commented on the current state of things. "I totally agree with @charliemackesy," the Duchess of York wrote alongside an ink drawing she reposted, seconding the message put forth. "The NHS, doctors, nurses and all the medical teams are doing unbelievable work and we need to support them as best we can #coronavirus"