It was while taking care to show her belly that Princess Eugenie made a new public appearance. This Tuesday, November 3, the one who is pregnant with her first child hosted a webinar for her anti-slavery charity to highlight a new platform that shares information on human trafficking. Behind her computer, Jack Brooksbank’s wife appeared very smiling but took care not to reveal anything about her baby bump, which many are waiting to discover. Princess Eugenie was joined by Traffik Analysis Hub CEO Neil Giles and IBM Global Solutions Architect John McGrath to present the “revolutionary new global data center that makes information sharing easy on human trafficking ”, as we can read on Instagram.
“Using advanced cognitive technologies developed by IBM, Traffik Analysis Hub partners collect information and share highly accessible analysis of human trafficking, drawing on more than 300,000 records,” wrote the captioning a screenshot of the discussion, virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic. IBM uses AI technology to quickly analyze and process volumes of data from various sources; while ensuring its security and its integrity. ” The fight against modern slavery has long been an important cause for the mother-to-be, who first took an interest in it after visiting Women’s Interlink on a trip to India in 2013 with her mother, Sarah Ferguson .
A discreet pregnancy
Following her visit to the charity – which helps vulnerable women find employment – Princess Eugenie became involved in several different organizations, such as the Salvation Army, before launching her own initiative. If the pregnancies of members of the royal family are always scrutinized by journalists and fans, that of Princess Eugenie takes place in great discretion. After announcing the good news, the granddaughter of Elizabeth II explained that she wanted to return to work after giving birth, she who is the director of the Hauser & Wirth contemporary art gallery in the Mayfair district of London, since 2017 While waiting for the birth of her first child, the princess prefers to engage rather than delight admirers of the Crown, eager to discover her round belly. Her pregnancy, her choice.
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