Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank are currently in the midst of newlywed bliss - having tied the knot just over six weeks ago at St. George's Chapel.
But recently, Mr and Mrs Brooksbank stepped out for their first joint public appearance since their nuptials, and all for a very sweet reason.
Jack and Eugenie headed to the 10th birthday celebrations of the charity Street Child, of which Eugenie’s mum, Sarah Ferguson, is founder and patron.
The newly married couple joined the Duchess of York at the ceremony, held at Kensington Palace, to help launch the charity’s #CountMeIn campaign, whereby any public donation will be matched by the UK government until 21st February 2019.
After the event, Princess Eugenie shared an adorable message for her mother, saying she and her new husband were ‘proud’ to support her at the event, and praised all of her hard work for the charity.
On Instagram, she wrote, ‘Jack and I were proud to support @streetchilduk and my mum who’s the founder patron, as a global ambassador. Congratulations @sarahferguson15 for all your hard work. Please support the #countmein campaign – give before 21st February 2019 and public donations will be matched by the UK Government. #StreetChild #UKaid #UKgov’.
She also shared multiple Instagram stories of the evening, including one photo of Fergie up on stage, which she captioned, ‘Listening to mum talk about the incredible work of Street Child’.
It seems the Duchess of York has a very supportive daughter in Princess Eugenie!
Many fans of the Princess took to her photos to comment how glowing she looked at the event, with many suggesting that married life suits her.
One of her 609,000 followers wrote, ‘Marriage agrees with you! Looking happy, relaxed and radiant!’, while another said, ‘You look gorgeous and happy,’.
And a third fan also commented, ‘Newlywed glow ❤️’.
Others also praised Sarah, Duchess of York, for her impressive charity work, and Jack and Eugenie for supporting the cause. One commented, ‘
Thank you for using your positions to support good causes.’, while a second wrote, ‘Well done and thank you Duchess of York for the amazing job!’