Sophie Wessex dazzles with school children during the Royal Cyprus Tour | Royal | News

The Earl and Countess of Wessex arrived in Cyprus on Monday for a three-day visit. Following their arrival, Sophie and Edward participated on Monday evening in a reception hosted by the British High Commission in Nicosia.

The event marked the Queen’s official birthday, made extra special this year with her historic Platinum Jubilee.

The Countess was seen this morning in a £1050 Susanna ‘Cora’ silk tea dress but decided to dress her up before meeting the children this afternoon.

Sophie wore a casual T-shirt and navy blue baggy pants when she met the school kids.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex were smiling this morning posing for a photo with Nicos and Andrey Anastasiades, President and First Lady of Cyprus.

Sophie kept her hair in a low bun and wore a simple pair of dangling earrings, a necklace, and two bracelets on her right wrist.

On her left hand, she is seen wearing her engagement ring and a sterling silver watch.

The Earl and Countess of Wessex arrived in Cyprus on Monday to begin their visit to the island and sovereign base areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia between Monday 20 June and Wednesday 22 June.

Last week, the British High Commission announced that during their visit, the couple will celebrate the friendship between the UK and Cyprus.

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In March, he traveled to Kenya to oversee the progress of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Prize in the country.

In May, he hosted thousands of young scheme participants at a number of Buckingham Palace garden parties, during which he met award holders, heard about their experiences and mingled with listeners.

While in Cyprus, the Countess will continue her work with a focus on feminism.

Among the people you are scheduled to meet are the Cypriot members of the Network of Women Mediators across the Commonwealth Network, who bring together their expertise in mediation and the peace process.

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