Princess Eugenie has shared some gorgeous photos from her private albums on her Instagram.
The newly married royal celebrated World Environment Day, by posting two nature-inspired snaps, and fans couldn’t get enough.
One shot shows Eugenie herself in gym gear in a beautiful garden. She is partially obscured by a tree in full bloom, and one royal fan suggested that it may be a photo taken in Virgina Water in Surrey – near to her Royal Lodge home, in Windsor.
The 29-year-old shared the pictures with the caption, ‘Today is #worldenvironmentday. I wanted to share two photos from the past year where the world continues to inspire and amaze me. Let’s celebrate the world.’
The other pictures shows a stunning forest scene with a bright blue sky in the background – and it’s not clear where it was taken.
Royal watchers showered the pretty post with praise, with one fan posting, ‘I feel like you are the coolest young royal, humble and real.’
Another added, ‘Impeccable photography! In the first photo, the forest of trees is almost heavenly.’
Princess Eugenie, like many other members of the royal family, is known to be a huge fan of nature and the outdoors. She even recently became patron of charity Horatio’s Garden, which creates beautiful, accessible gardens for spinal injury patients.
Princess Eugenie regularly posts photos on her Instagram account, and recently shared a post praising her dad, the Duke of York, who acted as the Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.
Revealing a cute nickname for her father, she wrote: ‘Today, the Yorks were really proud of Papa @hrhthedukeofyork as Colonel of the @grenadier.guards. He reviewed the parade and took the salute at the Colonel’s Review.
‘The Grenadier Guards will troop their colour next week in front of their colonel-in-chief, Her Majesty The Queen.’
It’s likely that Eugenie will appear in public this weekend for the important annual Trooping the Colour ceremony, which also marks the Queen’s official birthday.
She’ll likely be joined by her dad Prince Andrew, and sister Princess Beatrice – and perhaps her husband, Jack Brooksbank, for the first time.