Princess Eugenie Just Revealed Her Hidden Talent: Painting
Princess Eugenie is famous for being one of Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughters, but did you know that she’s practically a budding Claude Monet?
The 30-year-old recently posted a slideshow on her personal Instagram account, which introduced her hidden talent to the world: painting. Princess Eugenie shared a photo of a pink flower followed by her hand-painted version, and we can hardly tell the difference.
No, really. If it weren’t for the white background, we’d have a hard time deciphering which one is the photo, versus the painting. Everything from the colors to the shading is a near-identical match, so why has Princess Eugenie been hiding her gift from us all this time?
She captioned the post, “It’s World Art Day… I wanted to share something I did some years ago now. Looking through my old art and crafts has been so fun today and I just hope this time can bring about more creativity from anyone who enjoys it. Happy #worldartday.”
Princess Eugenie shared the post in honor of World Art Day, which fell on April 15. The holiday was established by the International Association of Art to promote awareness about all different kinds of fine art.
Princess Eugenie is the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson. Back in October 2018, she tied the knot with her husband, Jack Brooksbank, at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle (the same venue as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding).
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