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Sarah Ferguson's trendy slogan T-shirt has a special message

What a wonderful cause…

Laura Sutcliffe

Sarah, Duchess of York is a well known philanthropist and dedicates lots of time to charities. The redhead royal recently posted a snap of  her wearing a black slogan print T-shirt that said: "We Are All Human Here".

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This slogan represents a very special message; it's in aid of the Humanitas Charity which Sarah supports through her organisation Sarah's Trust.

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The Humanitas charity was founded in 2001 and ensures the world’s most vulnerable individuals have a chance, not only to survive, but to flourish with education and healthcare.

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They provide long-term, professional support to individuals in areas of devastating poverty around the world. Building schools, treating illnesses and creating lasting families for children without a home.

The T-shirt Sarah donned comes in black and white and costs just £15. A whopping £10 of every T-Shirt sold goes directly to the WE ARE ALL HUMAN HERE campaign. Taking to Instagram, the mother-of-two said: "Help spread this simple yet vital message. www.weareallhumanhere.org."

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Sarah has been super busy lately. Last month, the 61-year-old became the Chair of the newly formed International Montessori Ambassadors Group.

Sarah said in a statement: "I'm thrilled to have been invited to Chair the International Montessori Ambassadors. The Montessori approach encourages a love of learning and curiosity that is life-long, and this is something I'm very passionate about."

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The Montessori approach was first founded by Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori in the 1900s. She put an emphasis on a child's independence, freedom and social development. Instead of being confined to traditional classroom restraints, Montessori children are encouraged to learn through play and develop at their own pace.

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Sarah's daughter Princess Eugenie began her education at Winkfield Montessori nursery in 1992 and her cousins Prince William and Harry were educated in the Montessori way, too.

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