Princess Eugenie was spotted leaving Oswald’s members club in Mayfair on Monday night in an elegant black dress and trendy camel coloured coat.
The 31-year-old beamed as she celebrated her third wedding anniversary with husband, Jack Brooksbank on 11 October.
The royal wore a £300 a studded black midi dress from Maje with a statement zip with the ‘Emma’ Max Mara coat stylishly draped over her shoulders.
She matched the glamorous outfit with black heels and a black Louis Vuitton’s Capucines’ bag that hung on her arm so she could carry a small ribbon-tied present.
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Eugenie sported a natural look for the occasion with minimal make-up of a hint of mascara and a light layer of foundation to emphasise her flawless skin.
This is the couple’s first anniversary as parents, after Eugenie gave birth to their son eight months ago, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank.
Jack and Eugenie married at St George's Chapel in 2018 in the grounds of the Queen's Windsor Castle.
The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson beamed and appeared in high spirits as she left the renowned establishment in London.
Eugenie has recently echoed her cousin’s, Prince Harry and Prince William, environmental efforts as she launched a campaign to protect the planet’s oceans.
She co-wrote an article for Spear’s Magazine with Clare Brook, CEO of the Blue Marine Foundation, a charity which Eugenie is also an ambassador for.
In the story, Eugenie stated that at this point in time “we are threatening the best natural solution we have to climate change on the planet”.
It was recently reported too that Princess Eugenie could be the first royal to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new baby girl, Lilibet Diana, after their arrival in the UK.
The couple have reportedly requested for a meeting with Her Majesty in the coming weeks to introduce her to their new daughter, who was born in June.
However, it might be Prince Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie who meets her first.
If the Sussexes come to the UK, they are likely to stay at their former Windsor home where Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank and their baby August are currently residing.
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