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Princess Eugenie dons a green £460 dress by Alice & Olivia at Westminster Abbey 

Polished perfection! Princess Eugenie dons a green £460 dress by Alice & Olivia as she attends an anti-slavery event at Westminster Abbey

  • Princess Eugenie looked glowing in green as she visited Westminster Abbey 
  • The Queen’s granddaughter, 29, beamed with delight during her day out 
  • She donned a glamorous £460 Alice & Olivia floral print fil coupé chiffon frock 

Princess Eugenie looked glowing in green as she visited Westminster Abbey, in London, on Thursday.

The Queen’s granddaughter, 29, beamed with delight during her day out in the British capital, cutting an elegant figure as she wore a semi-sheer green dress adorned with gold flowers.

Highlighting her enviable curves, the £460 Alice & Olivia floral print fil coupé chiffon frock, is a firm favourite with the royal.

She first wore it back in November 2017 to a star-studded book launch at the House of Lords, before showing it off again at the wedding of Prince Christian of Hanover and designer bride Alessandra de Osma in March 2018.

The Duke of York’s daughter is at Westminster Abbey to take part in a day on focusing on combating modern slavery. 

All smiles: Princess Eugenie looked glowing in green as she visited Westminster Abbey, in London, on Thursday

All smiles: Princess Eugenie looked glowing in green as she visited Westminster Abbey, in London, on Thursday

Looking poised to perfection, the brunette beauty teamed her glamorous ensemble with a pair of chic pointed heels. 

The royal kept her hair in an elegant side-parting and opted for minimal make-up for the event.

Letting the outfit do all the talking, Eugenie appeared to forgo any accessories apart from her wedding ring and another single gold band.

The princess spoke with the US Ambassador-at-Large for Combating Trafficking in Persons, John Cotton Richmond, while at Westminster Abbey. 

Looking good: The Queen's granddaughter, 29, beamed with delight during her day out in the British capital

Looking good: The Queen’s granddaughter, 29, beamed with delight during her day out in the British capital

Princess Eugenie with the US Ambassador-at-Large for Combating Trafficking in Persons John Cotton Richmond (right) during a visit to Westminster Abbey

Princess Eugenie with the US Ambassador-at-Large for Combating Trafficking in Persons John Cotton Richmond (right) during a visit to Westminster Abbey

She was also treated, along with other guests, to a tour the abbey by the Canon of Westminster Rev Anthony Ball.

They were drawn to a statue of William Wilberforce, who was buried in the north transept of Westminster Abbey on 3 August 1833. 

The Hull MP fought for the abolition of slavery, and after nearly twenty years, and against much opposition, the abolition bill received the Royal assent on 25 March 1807. 

Canon of Westminster Rev Anthony Ball (right) conducted a tour of Westminster Abbey, London, for Princess Eugenie (left) and US Ambassador-at-Large for Combating Trafficking in Persons John Cotton Richmond (2nd right)

Canon of Westminster Rev Anthony Ball (right) conducted a tour of Westminster Abbey, London, for Princess Eugenie (left) and US Ambassador-at-Large for Combating Trafficking in Persons John Cotton Richmond (2nd right)

The Duke of York's daughter is at Westminster Abbey to take part in a day on combating modern slavery

The Duke of York’s daughter is at Westminster Abbey to take part in a day on combating modern slavery

Princess Eugenie and John Cotton Richmond (left) look at a statue of William Wilberforce - who was buried in the north transept of Westminster Abbey on 3 August 1833

Princess Eugenie and John Cotton Richmond (left) look at a statue of William Wilberforce – who was buried in the north transept of Westminster Abbey on 3 August 1833

 In April 2018, Eugenie announced her Anti-Slavery Collective, which she co-founded with Julia De Boinville to help abolish modern slavery.

The movement has long been an important cause for the royal, who first became passionate about it after visiting Women’s Interlink during a 2013 trip to India with her mother, Sarah, Duchess of York.

Following her visit to the charity – which helps vulnerable women find employment opportunities, Eugenie became involved with several different organisations , such as the Salvation Army, before starting her own initiative.

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