The 29-year-old cut an elegant figure at Sandringham on Christmas Day.
- Princess Eugenie stepped out with husband Jack Brooksbank on Christmas Day wearing a stunning navy blue coat and bag from Aspinal of London.
- Eugenie's father, the Duke of York, was notably absent from the festivities.
- This follows royal news that Prince Charles gave update on how his father is doing.
Princess Eugenie’s Sandringham appearance delighted royal onlookers, who must have been impressed with her chic ensemble.
The Princess has come a long way in the fashion stakes since her younger days, which frequently saw herself and sister Beatrice in the press for their rather eccentric hat choices.
Walking alongside husband Jack Brooksbank, the 29-year-old looked every inch the style icon, elegantly dressed in a '60s-style belted coat, accompanied by the 'Silk Feather Bow' headband by Juliette Botterill. Princess Eugenie alsowore her L.K.Bennett 'Marlowe' heels, which have unfortunately now sold out.
She also carried a stylish accessory to complete the look; the 'Lottie' bag by Aspinal of London.The bag is priced at £450, if you’d like to mimic the princess’s style yourself.
Eugenie joined her family at Sandringham to celebrate her and Jack’s second Christmas together as a married couple. Eugenie’s father, the Duke of York, was absent from the festivities.
The Duke of York was understood to have chosen to miss the11am service at the Church of St Mary Magdaleneto spend time with his father, Prince Philip. The Duke was said to have attended an earlier service earlier in the morning with his mother, the Queen, and other members of the royal family.
Prince Andrew has taken a step back from royal duties after questions have been raised regarding his friendship with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein,culminating in a disastrous interview with BBC presenter Emily Maitlis.
This will be the couple's second Christmas together, after they were married last year at St George's Chapel in Windsor.
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