Princess Eugenie looked elegant for an an important interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning writers Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn on Wednesday, wearing one of her favourite Me+Em dresses.
The royal chose the maxi frock for the discussion alongside her best friend and co-founder of the Anti Slavery Collective, Julia De Boinville - during which they talked about some of their inspirations for starting their charity.
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Eugenie has worn the 'Autumn Floral Maxi Dress' for a previous appearance with the Anti Slavery Collective, so sadly it's no longer available to shop, but there is a very similar version available in the brand's sale.
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Me+Em is a firm royal favourite amongst the likes of the Duchess of Sussex, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Countess of Wessex, too.
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During the chat, Eugenie and Julia chatted to Nicholas and Sheryl, who published their best-selling book Half The Sky in 2009. It details stories of oppression of women across the globe.
SHOP SIMILAR: Floral maxi dress, £206, ME+EM
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SHOP SIMILAR: And/Or Floral dress, £89, John Lewis
Kicking off the interview, Eugenie said: "Everyone welcome today, this is such an exciting day because we are talking to Nick and Sheryl, who are a powerhouse couple that Jules and I have been inspired by from the beginning of our talks in modern slavery and wanting to fight this cause. And you two wrote this book, Half The Sky, which honestly - Jules, you seem to think my mum gave it to us…"
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Eugenie wears the Me+Em dress in some official photographs for the organisation
Jules added: "I think your mum gave us both a copy when we were about 21 years old and it was after we'd been to India to visit a safe house, and the first time we'd learned about human trafficking, and this book really spurred us on and inspired us to set up The Anti-Slavery Collective, so this is a big fan girl moment for Eugenie and I."
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