We’re beyond delighted for Princess Eugenie and her latest arrival Ernest who was welcomed into the world last month. But part of us will be saddened by her exquisite maternity clothing collection, which was unmatched.
On Friday, the Royal shared a clip of her meeting (filmed a couple of weeks before) with Grace Forrest. They discussed their recently released Global Slavery Index as well as the importance research and data in empowering efforts to end modern exploitation and slavery worldwide.
Princess Eugenie was stunning in the video wearing a floral frock with a dreamy shade of blue, long balloon sleeves and an ankle-skimming hemline. The dress also featured an all-over ditsy design, as well as tie-neck details. She paired the floaty dress with modest sneakers to give it a mum-on-the run touch.
Sarah Ferguson’s daughter wore her auburn hair down loose and showcased a barely-there makeup lend as she discussed the poignant topic with her co-host Grace – who opted for a Nordic-esque marble print dress.
The Anti Slavery Collective shared the post via Instagram, captioning the clip: “A few weeks ago, Walk Free’s Founding Director, Grace Forrest (@graceaforrest), sat down with our Co-Founder, Princess Eugenie (@princesseugenie), to discuss their newly released Global Slavery Index and the importance of research and data to power efforts to end modern slavery and exploitation worldwide.”
“They also underscored the urgent need for action on modern slavery, and how organisations like @walkfree and The Anti-Slavery Collective can bring about much needed change to end all forms of exploitation!”
Royal fans flocked to the comment section to share their adoration for Eugenie’s work. “Grace and Eugenie, I loved the presentation. Congratulations E, on your new baby! It’s an exciting world ahead,” one wrote, while another said: “Love this so much. I hope having @princesseugenie on this platform will bring the very change the world needs.”
Princess Eugenie received a flood of support after the birth of her second child. The proud mother shared two photos showing the newborn asleep in a moses’ basket. One photo showed her eldest child August gently patting Ernest on the head.
The caption reads “Jack and me wanted to share that we welcomed our little boy Ernest George Ronnie Brooksbank at 8.49 on the 30th of May 2023 weighing 7.4lbs.
“He was named after my great grandpa Ronald, his Grandpa George, and his great-great-grandfather George. Augie has already taken to being a big sibling.
More details: Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie have welcomed a second child
They announced their second pregnancy in a January Instagram post, showing August stroking his mother’s baby bump.
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