Princess Eugenie has given royal fans a look at how she works during the coronavirus lockdown.
- A photo of Princess Eugenie was shared to her charity Instagram account, the Anti Slavery Collective.
- The candid update showed the princess speaking with charity co-founder Julia de Boinville during a video call.
- This follows royal news that The Queen’s secret royal lessons for Duchess Catherine have been revealed.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people across the globe have been forced to work from home and connect with colleagues remotely.
And it turns out that the royal family is no exception, as they’ve also had to adjust to working via video calls.
Princess Eugenie’s charity The Anti Slavery Collective shared a look at how they’ve been working remotely during this time.
Even though it was the Easter bank holiday weekend, Princess Eugenie and Julia de Boinville have been hard at work behind the scenes.
The update read, ‘Happy Easter to you all 🐣💛 #workingfromhome #WFH’.
Looking fresh-faced, Princess Eugenie seems to be nailing the ultimate natural make-up look!
Royal fans were quick to comment on the update. One wrote, ‘Keep up the amazing work 💕’
Another added, ‘Always working hard for your charities ❤️🙌🏼’
A third wrote, ‘Well done 😁💜👋’
And a fourth said, ‘God bless this phenomenal group!’
Last week, Eugenie confirmed that the royal family had not been able to attend the Royal Maundy Service this year.
Instead, she shared a lovely throwback image with details of why the Easter tradition is so important, alongside a statement from The Queen.
We’re sure we’ll be seeing more working from home updates in the future!