Princess Eugenie ensured that her 25th birthday party would be a night to remember, by throwing a lively Disney-themed bash over the weekend. Guests on the exclusive list included members of the royal family, such as Prince Harry and Eugenie's older sister Princess Beatrice, as well as some of Eugenie's closest A-lister friends.
According to reports, the birthday girl asked her friends to don fancy dress with one exception – no one was to go as Snow White, leading many to believe that Eugenie wanted to channel the raven-haired beauty herself.
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Princess Eugenie turned 25 in March but celebrated with a Disney-themed bash
Meanwhile, The Sun reported that Eugenie's cousin Prince Harry turned up in a Super Mario costume, while Princess Beatrice, 26, wore a Finding Nemo-inspired dress.
Princess Eugenie reportedly asked guests not to go as Snow White, while her sister Princess Beatrice donned a Finding Nemo-inspired dress
The party on Saturday was held at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, her dad Prince Andrew's official residence in Berkshire. Seven interlinked circus-style tents were reportedly set up in the grounds, and housed live DJ sets, cocktail bars and chill out zones for the revellers.
Among the guests who were spotted arriving at the Grade II listed property were club manager Guy Pelly – a good friend of Princes William and Harry – Guy's American wife Lizzy and Donna Air, the TV presenter and girlfriend of James Middleton.
Eugenie's good friend Cressida Bonas was also invited to the party
Cressida Bonas, a close friend of the birthday girl and Prince Harry's ex-girlfriend, was also invited to the party.
Eugenie has been living and working in New York since 2013, and rang in her actual birthday in March in the Big Apple. She spent months planning her party and it turned out to be the perfect opportunity to also celebrate another milestone – her official return to the UK.
Prince Harry is said to have dressed up as Super Mario
The Queen's granddaughter worked at online auction house Paddle8, but has returned to her native London to take on the role of associate director at Saville Row gallery Hauser & Wirth.
Ahead of Eugenie's birthday, a source told The Sun: "It's going to be a proper knees-up with the drinking and dancing to go on all night."