Princess Eugenie turns heads in Trafalgar Square wearing recycled coat10/17/2022
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Princess Eugenie, 32, along with her co-founder of the Anti-Slavery Collective, Julia de Boinville, stepped out today to the Anti-Slavery Collective art exhibition in Trafalgar Square, London. For this occasion, Eugenie wore a beautiful camel coat which she has worn since 2016.
The Princess of York opted for her Sandro Gaby Coat in Camel for the cold October day in the capital.
Although no longer in stock, the coat was described as “often androgynous but always chic, Sandro channels the effortless charm of French style into each of its collections”.
Eugenie paired the coat with a black dress with a bow around her waist and gold buttons down the front.
She accessorised with a sweet gold pendant and gold hoops, the same pair she wore to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral last month.
What shoes did Eugenie wear?
The Princess wore her Aquazzura Brera Knee-High Boots in Black Leather.
The description for these boots reads: “Aquazzura ‘Brera’ boots are crafted from smooth leather.
“Set on a chunky block heel, this pair is lined with a cushioned insole to take you effortlessly from day to night.”
Unfortunately, these boots are no longer in stock so it is unclear how much they cost at the time of purchase.
Eugenie has been seen wearing these boots since 2018.
Another royal, Meghan Markle, loves Aquazzura shoes and has worn them for many years, long before she married into the Royal Family.
Eugenie styled her hair with a side parting and a low bun.
She appeared to wear smokey eye makeup and pale pink lipstick for Monday’s occasion.
Princess Eugenie joined members of the Anti-Slavery Collective to attend an artwork exhibition in central London on Monday morning.
The 32-year-old Princess has long been concerned with efforts to end slavery worldwide and helped discover the charity a couple of years ago.
The exhibition is co-organised by London-based charity Hestia, which provides domestic abuse support services.
Eugenie could be seen posing with the Hestia CEO Patrick Ryan, the co-founder of Anti-Slavery Collective, Julia de Boinville, the Lord Mayor of Westminster Hamza Taouzzale and Hestia regional director Nahar Choudhury.
The royal celebrated her fourth wedding anniversary last week with her husband Jack Brooksbank.
The couple now shares a one-year-old son, August, and are reported to be staying in Ivy Cottage when in the UK.
For the rest of the year, the family are living in Portugal where Jack is an ambassador for a tequila brand.
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