Princess Eugenie looked beautiful in a vibrant floral dress, during a visit to London’s Westminster Abbey where the royal was taking part in a day combating modern slavery.
Princess Eugenie’s dress – from brand Alice & Olivia – is perfect for summer, boasting green and yellow colours and a thigh split revealing a shorter green skirt underneath. The look was finished with a pair of nude heels, and the Princess looked elegant.
During her recent visit to the iconic Westminster Abbey, the royal was given a tour of the grounds. Whilst there, she stopped to view a statue of politician and philanthropist William Wilberforce, known for fighting for the abolition of the slave trade.
Princes Eugenie is incredibly passionate about ending modern slavery, and even set up The Anti-Slavery Collective with her best friend Julia de Boinville. By doing so, they aim to raise awareness for modern slavery as a global epidemic.
According to a statement on their website, Eugenie and Julia were ‘shocked to discover the extent to which slavery still exists’.
This royal engagement comes before Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are expected to travel to Balmoral, to spend part of the summer holidays with The Queen and Prince Philip. It’s a place frequented by Eugenie, ever since childhood.
The 29-year-old has been visiting Balmoral for years alongside parents Prince Andrew and Sarah Duchess of York, as well as her sister Princess Beatrice.
Balmoral is important to Princess Eugenie, as she once described it as ‘the most beautiful place on Earth’, and has revealed that The Queen is incredibly happy when she’s up in the highlands.
We’re very excited for Balmoral updates, and hopefully some pictures will be shared from the most recent visit!