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Princess Eugenie encourages the nation to display stickers to thank 'hero' postman for working so hard - while Sarah Ferguson prepares to deliver cupcakes to frontline workers in Windsor

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 10/04/2020 Chloe Morgan For Mailonline

Princess Eugenie has encouraged the nation to download stickers to help thank every postman and woman for working tirelessly amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

a close up of a card: Princess Eugenie, 29, took to Instagram to re-share a story first uploaded by the Royal Mail's Official account, and penned: 'Thank you to every postman and woman for working so hard during this time. You can download these stickers to thank you postie'

Princess Eugenie, 29, took to Instagram to re-share a story first uploaded by the Royal Mail's Official account, and penned: 'Thank you to every postman and woman for working so hard during this time. You can download these stickers to thank you postie'
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Taking to Instagram, the royal, 29, re-shared a post from the Royal Mail showing the sweet idea, and penned: 'Thank you to every postman and woman for working so hard during this time. You can download these stickers to thank you postie.' 

A closer look at the label reads: 'Dear postie. Thank you for working hard so we can still stay safe and still send happy post. You are our heroes.' 

She also went on to re-share another post, showing Boldon postie Jon delivering smiles to his customers by wearing fancy dress to lift their spirits. 

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The original Royal Mail post explains that so far, Jon has been a gladiator, a cheerleader, and Little Bo Peep, and has lots more to come after taking part in charity events. ⠀ 

Princess Eugenie penned: 'This brought me joy today. Thank you Jon for bringing positivity during this time.'

Meanwhile, her mother, Sarah Ferguson, took to her own Instagram account and posted a snap of herself sorting through boxes of cupcakes for NHS teams in Windsor. 

Alongside the photo, where the Duchess of York can be seen dressed low-key in a red and blue checked shirt and black skirt, she wrote: 'Thank you so much @kikasa_cupcakes' for the wonderful cupcakes donated to the front line workers in Windsor.'  

Sarah Ferguson et al. standing in front of a box: Sarah Ferguson also took to her own Instagram account to thank @kikasa_cupcakes for the tasty treats they donated to the front line workers in Windsor © Provided by Daily Mail Sarah Ferguson also took to her own Instagram account to thank @kikasa_cupcakes for the tasty treats they donated to the front line workers in Windsor The pictures showed hundreds of cupcakes adorned with icing and the rainbow-coloured words, 'thank you' (pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail The pictures showed hundreds of cupcakes adorned with icing and the rainbow-coloured words, 'thank you' (pictured)

It comes just days after Princess Eugenie thanked NHS staff at Royal London Hospital emergency department for all they do - after delivering them fresh fruit and vegetables.

Princess Eugenie posted a photo first uploaded by @drfrankiejs, which shows a delivery driver wearing a high vis yellow jacket, holding a large box of healthy food - including pineapples, potatoes, peppers and cauliflower. 

The doctor penned: 'Massive thank you from everyone at Royal London Hospital Emergency Department to the York family @sarahferguson15 and @princesseugenie for donating us lots of lovely fresh fruit and veg,' to which the royal replied:

'Thank you for all you are doing for us and our families.' 

a screenshot of a video game box: Princess Eugenie has also thanked NHS staff at Royal London Hospital emergency department for all they do (pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail Princess Eugenie has also thanked NHS staff at Royal London Hospital emergency department for all they do (pictured)

Princess Eugenie then went on to share another photo on her Instagram story, showing NHS staff in protective face masks, holding up various products from Baylis and Harding.

Alongside the photo of front line workers at Thames Hospice in Windsor, she penned: 'Thank you @baylisandhardingplc for delivering your santizer, hand wash and creams all across the UK.' 

In a final snap shared to her social media page, staff can be seen holding up bars of chocolate in the hospital corridors. 

The royal commented: 'Just before Mother's Day, mum partnered with @lovecocoa to get their chocolate to our front line workers. So happy they received all your wonderful donations.'


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