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She said: “It’s simple things like you know, being aware that someone could be enslaved at your local nail bar or in a carwash, or in construction and things like that.

She also answered questions about her podcast, which is on its second season and sees her appear alongside Julia de Boinville, the co-founder of the Anti-Slavery Collective. Under the studio spotlights, Indonesian-born designer Stacy Stube smoothed out the chocolate-brown lace on her cutting table. She carefully pinned the pattern to the fabric, determined not to tear it, then dutifully traced its outline in chalk. The task weighed heavy on her shoulders, knowing that she was not just creating a dress, but making a garment that was once a symbol of rebellion and remains endowed with history.She added: “The only people who will accept it are people like me who are in need and are not really aware of what they are signing up for.” After receiving the flight bill, Casimiro and many of her Latin American colleagues went on an unofficial strike. Some negotiated with the farm and returned to work but Casimiro left.

The King’s niece, 33, discussed royal etiquette on divulging personal information and the strict manners at the dinner table on an episode of the Table Manners podcast that is due to be released on Wednesday.


Speaking to hosts Jessie and Lennie Ware, she said: “The world doesn’t need to know everything about us … the way we’ve been brought up is to not – we don’t overshare.” Princess Eugenie, the youngest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York, went on the podcast to highlight her own, Floodlight, which she launched last year to spotlight the issue of modern slavery. Haygrove, which supplies cherries and berries to most leading supermarket chains, rejected her allegations and intends “to defend the claim robustly”. The case has been brought by the United Voices of the World union, which represents some of Britain’s most vulnerable low-paid workers.

Asked whether she was fed up with criticism about what she wore or if she looked tired, the Princess said: “I think that definitely has caused a couple of issues around my relationship with having to look a certain way… The Princess was also asked about the King’s approach to his role as monarch, to which she replied: “It’s less about modernising and [more about] becoming one with what the monarch believes in.”Cops seized the animal and took it to the kennels. The court heard staff there said the pet was 'well behaved and easy to handle', describing it as 'approachable and friendly, but boisterous'.

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