Sophie smiles as she strokes the horse's face at the sanctuary, which provides care and rehabilitation for 200 horses, ponies, donkeys, cows, sheep and cats
The Countess of Wessex was tenderly nuzzled by a blind rescue horse just days after speaking about her own daughter's visual impairment.
Sophie Wessex, 50, visited the Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary in Ingategate, Essex and spent a moment with the horse.
Sophie, who is the wife of Edward, Earl of Wessex, is a patron of the sanctuary which provides care and rehabilitation for 200 horses, ponies, donkeys, cows, sheep and cats. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.
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