Pinterest is a huge source of inspiration for brides around the world, and it appears Princess Eugenie could be one of them! The royal, who announced her engagement to fiancé Jack Brooksbank on Monday, has been using the social networking site since early 2017, and has curated a board dedicated to her London hotspots, called "Eugenie's guide to London".
The Princess has compiled almost 170 restaurants, galleries and London landmarks that she either loves or plans to visit on the board. She also notes that she loves Petersham Nurseries in Richmond as a wedding venue – although it has been announced that she will instead tie the knot at St George's Chapel in Windsor, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are also set to marry in May.
Princess Eugenie is a big fan of London's galleries and museums
The rest of Eugenie's guide to London features an array of the capital's most popular restaurants and bars, such as Hix Soho, The Experimental Cocktail Club and Padella, which is located by Borough Market. Eugenie noted that Dukes London "has one of the best martinis", and also shared images of Michelin-Star restaurant The Ledbury and Bocco Di Lupo, which serves authentic Italian food at the heart of Soho.
It appears the 27-year-old has a keen interest in healthy eating, too, pinning images of Hemsley Hemsley café, launched by sisters Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley, as well as The Detox Kitchen in Soho. Eugenie also posted a photo of Deliciously Ella's deli, adding the caption: "The Mae Deli is so yummy and completely healthy".
Eugenie said Deliciously Ella's deli is "so yummy and completely healthy"
Princess Eugenie's passion for art is also reflected through her Pinterest account, with the royal sharing several links to various galleries, museums and exhibitions in London. Among them was the David Hockney exhibition at Tate Britain, Whitechapel Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.
It was confirmed on Monday that Eugenie was engaged to her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, who proposed during a romantic holiday to Nicaragua. In an interview with The One Show's Matt Baker, Eugenie said it had been an "incredible moment" and admitted she had cried when he popped the question.