Princess Eugenie was glowing in a white polka dot dress as she enjoyed a pub lunch with friends on Tuesday.
The Princess, 33, who is expecting her second child this summer, was spotted leaving The Audley pub in Mayfair.
Eugenie opted for a maxi dress with black polka dots which she paired with a cream waist coat.
She opted for comfort in white trainers and she carried her belongings in a black leather handbag.
The mum-to-be’s brunette locks were swept back into a half ponytail and she donned chic sunglasses.
Princess Eugenie was glowing in a white polka dot dress as she enjoyed a pub lunch with friends on Tuesday in Mayfair
The royal appeared to be carrying a slew of shopping bags as she made her way to her car.
It comes after Eugenie was glowing in a maxi dress designed by Samantha Cameron during a visit to a school as part of her work in anti-slavery campaigning.
She attended the Archbishop’s School in Canterbury last week to meet with teachers and students to hear about their diversity project.
She opted for a maxi dress with a floral print that was clinched with a row of frills at the waist from Cefinn, Samantha Cameron’s clothing brand.
She paired the £340 dress with slingback black crocodile pumps with a pointed toe and a gold buckle from Dune, costing £115.
While visiting the school with the Anti Slavery Collective, Eugenie, who teamed up with the Bishop of Dover Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin, learnt about the school’s Voices of Welcome project which opens its arms to refugees.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughter was pictured chatting to both teachers and students as they explained the project, which aims to work with young foreign children who are more vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation.
The Princess, 33, who is expecting her second child this summer, was spotted leaving The Audley pub
The royal appeared to go makeup free for the outing showcasing her naturally flawless complexion
Eugenie appeared in great spirits as she enjoyed the sunshine while out with friends for lunch
Eugenie opted for a maxi dress with black polka dots which she paired with a cream waist coat
She opted for comfort in white trainers and she carried her belongings in a black leather handbag
The mum-to-be’s brunette locks were swept back into a half ponytail and she donned chic sunglasses
It supports these young pupils through their education and with their language skills to help them integrate into society.
In particular it is working with students from Afghanistan, Ukraine and Britain to foster a ‘cross-cultural exchange’ in the school, where 40 languages other than English are spoken by pupils.
Eugenie’s visit comes just weeks before she is due to give birth for the second time, after announcing earlier this year that she and her husband Jack Brooksbank are expecting a child this summer.
However in the meantime, both Eugenie and her older sister Beatrice, 34, are hard at work following the King’s Coronation, as they have represented the Royal Family at several events.
Following the Coronation on May 6, the sisters attended the concert at Windsor Castle the next day with their parents Fergie and Prince Andrew.
Eugenie donned a navy blue floral dress from Samantha Cameron’s clothing brand Cefinn to attend the Archbishop’s School in Canterbury last week (pictured with Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin)
The Princess posed for photos with the Revd and teachers at the Archbishop’s School following her visit
They also represented the royals at the Big Lunch at Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire where they met with members of the public.
The sisters were praised by Matt Eyre, who told FEMAIL they ‘were amazing’ with his children Bobbi-May, 11, and Bertie, nine, who have special needs.
The pair met representatives from All Together Community, a group which distributed food parcels to vulnerable people during the pandemic and continues to offer the same service, along with running a community fridge.
After a long week of royal duties, the Princess finally enjoyed a bit of down time last weekend as she was spotted in Portobello Road to meet a friend for lunch.
Spotting the princess in West London, an onlooker noticed that she, and her friend with whom she was lunching had some trouble parking.
After finding a suitable spot to park, the duo went on to eat lunch together.
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