Princess Eugenie is an ambassador of the Blue Marine Foundation and took a royal visit to the Solent Seascape Project last week. The Princess of York wore a brand new dress for the occasion.
The mother of one, who is currently seven months pregnant, wore a “Blurred Floral Trapeze Dress” from the brand This is Whistles.
It was a blue dress with a floral print, had long puffy balloon sleeves, and reached just above Eugenie’s knees.
The definition for this dress says: “Set yourself apart this winter with our Blurred Floral Trapeze Dress.
“The relaxed fit exudes an effortless air whilst the short length adds a playful touch.
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“Style it with a pair of chunky boots with sheer leggings or socks and silver jewellery for a cosy day-to-night look.”
Princess Eugenie’s dress appeared to be unlined, had smocking detail at the cuffs and neck, and also had zip fastening.
Although originally priced at £139, the dress is currently on sale for just £79 making it a bargain for royal fans, should they wish to buy the garment.
It is still widely in stock, as it is likely a brilliant dress to wear whilst pregnant because of its loose material, despite not being officially classed as a maternity dress.
@tinytom_thumb19 added: “You’re a credit to the monarchy. I’m sure your grandmother would be very proud.”
The Blue Marine Foundation wrote on Instagram: “Last week, Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie, in her capacity as a Blue Marine Foundation Ambassador, made a visit to the Solent Seascape Project to see the important work being done to restore coastal marine life and meet key project partners at one of the most ambitious environmental projects in the UK.
“From undertaking biosecurity checks on the native oysters to lowering nurseries into Langstone Harbour, The Princess’s hands-on visit of this partnership project to restore marine habitat and biodiversity shines a light on the extraordinary efforts being undertaken to breathe life back into the Solent’s waterways.”