Related to the Prince Andrew scandal: Princess Eugenie’s new project is causing a stir

During the trial for alleged sexual abuse against Prince Andrew makes headlines and – once again – scratches the image of the British royal family, resigns Princess Eugenie, the youngest daughter of the Duke of York and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, a new podcast. The granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, has announced the launch of a podcast for her anti-slavery charity, The Anti-Slavery Collective (TASC). A project that is already causing quite a stir – because many tabloids draw parallels to the case Epstein.

Princess Eugenie takes a stand against human trafficking in podcast

Eugenie founded the TASC charity back in 2017 with her close friend Julia de Boinville. The two have not really been active so far. Now Eugenie, who became a mother for the first time at the beginning of last year, wants to get started with her project thanks to the podcast. “We are raising awareness of modern slavery as a global epidemic,” says Eugenie’s heart project website. “We were so excited to start recording our long-awaited podcast this year, due for release in 2022, so stay tuned,” the official statement read.

The Princess of York and her co-founder declare war on exploitation and human trafficking. Issues that Eugenie and Julia de Boinville oppose include child labor, refugees, unwanted oppression, sexual abuse and forced marriages.