Princess Eugenie looked elegant as ever on Wednesday as she was pictured visiting Bramber Bakehouse with her charity co-founder Julia De Boinville - and we're in love with her look.
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The royal chose to wear a chic Zara shirt dress, which actually dates back to 2019 when she wore it with a statement belt to send off conservationists on a charity bike ride from London to Monaco.
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This time around, Eugenie added a pair of statement hoop earrings to her look - though we can't make out her other accessories since she donned an apron for a day of baking!
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Though the dress is sadly no longer available, we've spotted a very similar midi at New Look on ASOS, for just £19.55.
Eugenie visited Bramber Bakehouse
Eugenie and Julia's latest important engagement saw them join a cookery session with the East Sussex charity - which is a hub that supports women survivors of human trafficking with baking and employability workshops.
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In social media photos shared by her initiative, The Anti-Slavery Collective, the royal mum, 31, and her charity co-founder Julia were seen mixing ingredients in a bowl.
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In another, the friends could be seen chatting with women around a table - and while it's not clear what delicious baked goods they had made, cups of tea and crumb-filled plates could be seen.
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The post read: "Earlier this week our co-founders, HRH Princess Eugenie, and Julia de Boinville, were delighted to visit @bramberbake where they took part in a baking class with survivors of #modernslavery.
Eugenie took part in a baking class
"The @bramberbake programme sees up to 10 women join for 8 weekly sessions. From the first day to graduation, they learn fundamental baking skills and take part in sessions that support and empower them to achieve their aspirations."
It continued: "Princess Eugenie and Julia also got to chat with graduates of the programme who, thanks to their time at Bramber, are now thriving." How inspiring is that?
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