Sarah Ferguson (64) shared a series of photos from a trip to Samoa on Instagram. The ex-wife of Prince Andrew (64) described the country in Polynesia as “beautiful”.

While her ex-husband is in the headlines for the new Netflix film “Scoop,” “Fergie” has recalled her trip in several posts over the past few days, during which she visited some organizations in Samoa. This included the Poutasi Women’s Committee. Alongside the photos from the meeting, the Duchess of York wrote: “Beautiful Samoa, thank you for letting me be there.” She is “very grateful to the women’s committee, who welcomed me with open arms to their village and church.” It was an honor to learn about some of the local customs and traditions. She also visited an organization that supports coral regeneration.

In some pictures, Sarah Ferguson is seen with garlands around her neck as she hugs locals. In other photos she is wearing a white dress. A day earlier, she shared a picture of herself with a flower behind her ear while performing at Brown Girl Woke in Samoa. “From protecting the environment to honoring the wisdom of indigenous people, the impact these young leaders are having in the South Pacific is truly inspiring,” the Duchess wrote.

According to Brown Girl Woke, the company “recruits, trains and mentors university students and young professionals who meet the community’s important needs in the areas of education, public safety, health and the environment.” It “runs many different programs that focus on youth development, arts and music development, and women’s empowerment, to name a few.”

The posts follow another series of images the 64-year-old shared a week ago from Samoa following a meeting of an environmental organization. She wrote: “It is an honor to attend the launch of Women of Waste in Samoa and to learn that plastic pollution is not just an environmental crisis; it is a threat to life itself. Pacific islands like Samoa can use their unique strengths and vulnerabilities will be the torchbearers of collective action for a planet without plastic waste.”