A dancing Princess Eugenie teams up with Ellie Goulding as she spends ‘inspiring few days’ calling for climate change at COP26
- Princess Eugenie and Ellie Goulding linked arms at the Glasgow venue summit
- Eugenie posted a video of her time at COP26 on Instagram to the song Porcelain
- Video begins with Eugenie, 31, spinning around with her arms wide open
She joined singer Ellie Goulding and the two women listened, examined and promised to do more to help save the planet.
At one stage the royal and the pop star, who are both passionate about green issues, linked arms as they toured the Glasgow venue summit.
Eugenie posted a video of her time at COP26 on Instagram to the song Porcelain by fellow green campaigner Moby.
The songs lyrics reflect a break-up, but Moby was among a list of celebrities who wrote to COP26 president Alok Sharma over animal rights.
Princess Eugenie, dancing and arms wide open, has welcomed the challenges ahead to battle climate change at COP26
She joined singer Ellie Goulding and the two women listened, examined and promised to do more to help save the planet
The video begins with Eugenie, 31, on a ‘boomerang’ moving image showing her spinning around with her arms wide open, and then speaking to experts about carbon issues and oceans.
Eugenie, wearing a white face mask, toured the various stands set up relaying expert views about the climate crisis.
She said: ‘I then met Professor Gail Whiteman, founder of Artic Base Camp base camp, highlighting the importance of action to save the ever melting ice.
‘(I was ) So proud to have been here with my friend Ellie, learning from her work in combating climate change.
Eugenie posted a video of her time at COP26 on Instagram to the song Porcelain by fellow green campaigners Moby (pictured)
‘I loved seeing Grace Forrest who is leader in sustainability and the importance of social justice in line with climate justice.
‘It was a very inspiring few days learning and sharing with some of the most impressive minds and passionate people.
‘Whilst we have a way to go, there is an energy of change and a determination to tackle climate change.’
More than 50,000 people were marching through Glasgow today demanding action on climate change.
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