Princess Eugenie has been isolating at her childhood home, the Royal Lodge in Windsor with her husband Jack Brooksbank, her mother Sarah Ferguson and her father Prince Andrew. The royal has taken part in several virtual video calls during the pandemic, and on Wednesday, she inadvertently revealed a glimpse of the living room in the process.
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Eugenie joined the head gardeners from Horatio's Garden, a charity caring for gardens in NHS spinal centres, and sat in a room with light brown walls, a brown sofa where she sat during the discussion, and a black and white painting hanging on the wall behind her.
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Just a few days prior, Eugenie shared a glimpse of what seemed to be her dressing room. Alongside her sister Princess Beatrice, she joined a Zoom call to honour the winners of the inaugural Teenage Cancer Trust 2020 Awards, and the background showed large cream wardrobes. They spanned the height of the walls from the ceiling to the floor, with two panels on each door and silver handles.
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Beatrice, meanwhile, dialled into the call from her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi's family home in the Cotswolds, where the couple have been isolating. She sat in front of the camera in a room with white walls, and two long mirrors in black frames at either side.
Eugenie and Beatrice's mother Sarah Ferguson revealed the conservatory at the Royal Lodge
Beatrice and Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, has given several glimpses inside the sisters' childhood home, where Eugenie has been staying. She recently launched a YouTube series in a bid to entertain children by telling stories during the coronavirus pandemic, and has filmed from various rooms including a vibrant conservatory.
She has also unveiled much of the home's garden, including an endless lawn, a wooden pergola, and two personalised swings that read Eugenie and Beatrice's names on the seats.
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