Prince Andrew and Princess Eugenie opened the Stanmore Building at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank carried out their first public engagement together since their royal wedding on Thursday afternoon. The newlyweds visited the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in London to open the new Stanmore Building, together with Eugenie’s father, Prince Andrew.
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank then toured the new areas of the hospital and met with staff and patients who are benefiting from them. Afterwards, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank unveiled a plaque to officially open the new building. It was also announced during the visit, that Princess Eugenie would become Patron of the RNOH Charity. The RNOH Charity works to provide world-class care for patients with musculoskeletal conditions, and to support its research and education.
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding. tweed dress and Chloe bag
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding. tweed dress and Chloe bag
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding
Princess Eugenie wears cream dress as she attends first royal engagement since wedding. tweed dress and Chloe bag

23 comments:

  1. Proud Father and daughter occasion. Nice to see Jack to be included. These two make such a nice couple. Eugene's dress is lovely, she seemed to have found her style. Good for her.

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    1. Yes she seems to have a style for old fashioned clothing (just like her wedding gown). Good for her, am glad this particular dress is short, it makes her look younger suitable for her age

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    2. In my opnion … almost everyone in the English royal family is somehow dressed oldfashioned, classic-trendy …plus Meghan adds something minimalist (a la Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy). Love Kate and Meghan's style <3 !

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  2. Ein sichtlich stolzer Vater. Schöne Fotos.

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  3. Not the best hairstyle, or maybe the headband is too wide, something looks off, as does the black shoes. Perhaps taupe would have been a better choice. The husband looks nice.

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  4. Too short, looks infantile. Apart from that she's good looking.

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  5. Nice guy in the grey suit ;-)

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  6. She looks lovely and radiant. Married life becomes her. She does a lot of Great work these days.

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  7. This dress it's only suitable for an 8 year old, too short, skater's length, unflattering volume, if only it had been streamlined and lengthen it could have been fabulous, the fabric is too substantial for all that volume. The head band it's very trendy amongst celebrities, but not well executed on this occasion. This fashion faux pas doesn't take away from the worthy cause, and lovely photos of both.

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    1. Headbands are in fashion not only for celebrities.

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  8. Me gusta el vestido no tiene 30 años!!

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  9. Eugenie looks lovely - love the dress and personally I think she's still young enough to get away with wearing this style.

    A nice family event to support a great cause, one that's close to their hearts.

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  10. Princess Eugenie is looking very beautiful, I like everything except the length of the dress, it is a way to short, but its an A-Line-dress with a wonderful cut and therefore very becoming for her figure.Oh and yes Prince Andrew is such a proud father, she is daddy´s girl.

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  11. Her dress is too short.

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  12. Her dress is too short.

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  13. Dress isn't too short. Women have legs and knees. Grow up.

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  14. Oh dear, Anon 6 59. If you disagree why not say so politely without the cutting comment. We do all indeed have knees and legs--some are more easy to view than others. I love the idea of the coat and the top is well fitting but like many others think tit would look better if it was a little longer and possibly a little less flared. I love seeing Eugenie (and Beatrice) out and about and think it is a mistake on Charles part to exclude them form royal duties. 15/20 years on there will be new generation of Cambridges and Sussexes but in the meantime the work done by the Gloucesters and Kents will need to be done by someone. Eugenie and Jack would seem to be ideal to take over some of that work.

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  15. Totally agree with you AnnieM. I also think it will be a mistake for Charles if he limits the royal duties of Eugenie and Beatrice. Eugenie and Jack are ideal for so many engagements. I also feel that a couple of inches would have been better for the skirt part. But the material is pretty and she does look very nice.

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