It was a royal family affair at the Battersea Arts Centre in London on Wednesday, November 29. At the inaugural Winter Gala for Princess Eugenie's charity, The Anti-Slavery Collective, the 33-year-old royal was accompanied by her mom, Sarah Ferguson, 64, and her elder sister, Princess Beatrice, 35, who posed alongside her on the red carpet. Better yet, the trio decided to match in a set of stunning black ensembles.
Sarah Ferguson and Her Daughters Had a Red Carpet Matching Moment at Princess Eugenie’s Charity Event
A stylish trio
The Anti-Slavery Collective is a charity that was co-founded by Princess Eugenie and Julia de Boinville, in an effort to raise awareness of and fight against modern slavery and human trafficking.
2023 marked the collective's first-ever Winter Gala, which was billed as: “A night of impact. A night to make a difference. A night to raise awareness.” At the event, the organization ended up raising £1 million.
The Duchess of York expressed how proud she was of her youngest daughter with a special Instagram post, where she wrote, “Modern slavery is affecting thousands of people across the UK, and there are an estimated 50 million people enslaved around the world. Co-Founded by my daughter @PrincessEugenie and the wonderful @juliadeboinville, @The_Anti_Slavery_Collective needs our help to raise awareness and support. Join me as I stand with survivors and commit to learning more.”
For the event, Ferguson wore a high-neck, cold-shoulder black dress, which she paired with silver Glitter Bambi low top sneakers from Gucci. Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice opted for a Crepe and Chiffon Midi Dress from Self-Portrait, while Princess Eugenie wore a Brooch-Embellished silk gown from PPCDV, per the @royalfashionpolice Instagram account.
Other celebrity attendees included Ed Sheeran and James Blunt, who performed together at the event, as well as royal family member Zara Tindall (who is Princess Eugenie's cousin).
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