With all the excitement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming wedding - it's important to remember that another member of the royal family is also set to tie the knot this year - Princess Eugenie.
And it looks as though the royal is taking steps to make sure she looks her best on her big day in October, trying out a new hairstyle ahead of her wedding to fiance Jack Brooksbank.
At the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch on Wednesday at London’s Guidhall, Eugenie debuted a brand new haircut and style.
The 28-year-old Princess appears to have had her locks cut some inches shorter, and styled her tresses in a more blown-out way than she usually would.
Well-known for her usually straight mane, Eugenie also appeared to have tried out curling her hair – and we have to say, she looks lovely!
Royal fans were loving the new look, with one writing, “Your hair looks amazing this length”.
Another agreed, saying “I love the dress and haircut ! You look great!!”. And a third wrote, “You look gorgeous. The haircut and ensemble are spot on.”
Eugenie shared her excitement for the event on her Instagram, writing, ‘Loved spending time at the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch today, meeting so many incredible people all supporting ‘ABF – The Soldiers’ Charity @soldierscharity and their work with those we owe so much to.’
Princess Eugenie also put her best fashion foot forward at the event, wearing a flattering constellation print dress from Whistles, and a simple pair of black heels. The dress was originally on sale for £149, but has since been reduced to £74 – a bargain for a royal-approved piece of clothing!
And of course, her gorgeous sapphire wedding ring from fiance Jack was also on display.
Whilst in attendance at the event, Sarah Ferguson’s daughter also browsed many of the stands, taking a look at some books and some colourful printed socks.
She also stopped briefly at a gin stand – although didn’t have a sip herself.
Princess Eugenie also met with many of the soliders at the event, which was held in support of members of the armed forces and veterans who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Eugenie’s visit is a rare official duty for the Princess, who is technically not a working royal. While she does support many good causes and charities, she is not required to represent them in an official capacity, as she is not a full-time working royal.
However, she is also excitedly preparing for her wedding day in October to fiance Jack Brooksbank. The pair will marry on 12th October, in St George’s Chapel – the same place Harry and Meghan will wed at some months before.