Princess Eugenie Shows Off Surprising New Look During Latest Event

Back in 2017, Princess Eugenie and her best friend, Julia de Boinville, joined forces to create a charity that works to end modern-day slavery. Their group, titled The Anti-Slavery Collective, raises awareness for the global epidemic by hosting events, making connections, sharing resources and so much more.

Now, the two co-founders just shared a video for their collective, which featured a thoughtful message, as well as a surprising new look for Princess Eugenie. The royal was seen sporting a shoulder-length hairstyle, with her auburn locks curled at the ends, giving her a very classic appearance. This shorter style and darker shade was in contrast to the lighter, ombre coloring she's been rocking recently.

In the clip, Boinville starts by saying, “Hi everyone, today we want to thank you, our followers, for the amazing support you've given us over the last year and beyond. Without you we would be lost, and you spur us on every day to fight for the 40.3 million people in slavery today.”

Princess Eugenie followed by adding, “It was William Wilberforce who said, 'You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.' This is something we live by at The Anti-Slavery Collective and by following us you are modern abolitionists and we couldn't be prouder to have you onboard. So thank you for everything you do and we look forward to keeping going on this fight.”

Besides working on her charity, Princess Eugenie has been keeping pretty busy lately. She and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, welcomed their baby, August, back in February. The royal has been enjoying her time as a new mother (and sharing lots of cute snaps along the way).

We are loving this new look on you, Princess Eugenie.

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