Countess of Wessex visits children with learning disabilities as they receive an eye test – Daily Mail

The Countess of Wessex has encouraged people to get their eyes checked this World Sight Day as she visited children with learning disabilities at a London school while they received a sight test.

Sophie, 56, who lives with Prince Edward, 57, at their Surrey home, Bagshot Park, with their children Lady Louise Windsor, 17, and James Viscount Severn, 13, stepped out at Perseid School to see pupils having their eyes tested thanks to UK Charity SeeAbility.

The school works with children and young people, aged 3-19, who have special educational needs and learning disabilities.

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