The Daily Grind of Being Green
The Princess flew to Nassau in the Bahamas on Friday to support a charity set up by her friend the late Sir Nicholas Nuttall, who moved to the island in the 1970s as a tax exile, to protect the reef and fish stocks in the area.
As patron of the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation (BREEF), she was guest of honour at a ball on Saturday night whose riotous theme was A Nostalgic Evening in Old Nassau, celebrating the "fabulous era of native clubs, food, entertainment and dancing".
The toil and trouble the poor dear puts herself through to raise our awareness of conservation, a veritable saint.
Meanwhile, Prince Michael apparently does not share his spouse's passion for preserving ocean life. Instead of joining his wife, the Queen's cousin decided to attend a shooting party here.