Princess Eugenie regularly takes part in what’s known on Instagram as TBT or Throwback Thursday, sharing old photos from her childhood. These images often include her family members, in particular, her sister Beatrice. For this week’s Throwback Thursday, Eugenie has shared two adorable snaps of her with her parents watching Beatrice’s sports day.
In the first photo, a three-year-old Eugenie can be seen sitting with her mother Sarah Ferguson, both leaning forward in excitement.
In the second, she is sat on her mother’s knee, talking to her father Prince Andrew.
Eugenie is wearing an adorable red and white striped outfit, with matching headband, and can be seen holding a pair of pink sunglasses.
She captioned the photos: “With all this incredible sport taking place this summer I thought I’d throwback to us watching my Sisters Sports Day 1993!
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“I wonder what Papa and I are talking about… #wimbledon #womensworldcup #cricketworldcup”.
This isn’t the first sporting tribute Eugenie has made as recently she uploaded an image of the England Women’s football team captioning it “Good luck tonight @lionesses You’re an inspiration to all… it’s coming home! #lionesses #football”.
This image was uploaded ahead of England vs the USA in the Women’s World Cup which took place on Tuesday, July 2.
Unfortunately, England did not win that game, losing 2-1 to the United States.
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Eugenie also uses her Instagram account to share charities with her 1million followers.
The most recent of these was with Project Zero, an organisation focused on restoring and protecting 30 percent of the ocean by 2030.
Eugenie is an ambassador of Project Zero and shared an image to promote Plastic Free July.
The princess stood with five charity workers in Carnaby Street, in front of a whale made from plastic.
She captioned the image: “This month of July is Plastic Free July.
“As an Ambassador of Project Zero, I’ve been working to raise awareness of the consequences of single-use plastic.
“I’m committed to ending my use of it and to do my part to clean up our beautiful world and oceans. I hope we can all do the same.
“What a joy to work with such a dedicated team @weareprojectzero #passonplastic”.
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