Countess becomes patron of air ambulance service that helped save her life

The Countess of Wessex has become patron of the air ambulance service that helped save her life.

Sophie was airlifted to hospital from her home in Bagshot Park, Surrey, by Thames Valley Air Ambulance in 2001, when she suffered a potentially life-threatening ectopic pregnancy.

The countess, who was six weeks pregnant at the time, underwent a two and a half hour emergency operation at the King Edward VII’s Hospital, but lost her baby.

Sophie, who is married to the Queen’s youngest son the Earl of Wessex, has been a long-standing…
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