Princess Eugenie debuts sleek new hairstyle in new appearance – video

Princess Eugenie debuts sleek new hairstyle in new appearance - video

> Princess Eugenie and co-founder Julia de Boinville delivered a special video message for The Anti-Slavery Collective

Princess Eugenie made a video appearance on Friday to deliver a touching message, and she appeared to be sporting a sleek new hairstyle.

The royal mum, who gave birth to her first child August in February, appeared in a clip for The Anti-Slavery Collective, the charity she co-founded with her friend Julia de Boinville in 2017.

Speaking from her Windsor home, Eugenie donned a black ensemble and her shoulder-length brunette locks were blowdried into vintage-style waves at the tips.

 

Julia began by saying: “Hi everyone, today we want to thank you, our followers, for the amazing support you’ve given us over the last year and beyond. Without you we would be lost, and you spur us on every day to fight for the 40.3 million people who are victims of slavery today.”

Eugenie then added: “It was William Wilberforce who said that ‘You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know’. This is something we live by at The Anti-Slavery Collective and by following us, you are modern abolitionists, and we couldn’t be prouder to have you onboard. So, thank you for everything you do, and we look forward to keep going in this fight.”

Princess Eugenie debuts sleek new hairstyle in new appearance - video

Last month, the Princess, 31, shared a previously unseen photo from her sister Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi‘s wedding to express her joy over the couple’s baby news.

Alongside the snaps, Eugenie wrote: “It’s World Bee Day!! A day to celebrate nature’s most badass little friend with their black and yellow stripes…

Beatrice’s baby boy or girl is due to arrive in autumn, and will be the Queen‘s 12th great-grandchild.

Meanwhile, Eugenie and husband Jack named their son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank in honour of his late great-grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away just two months after his great-grandson’s birth.

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