Princess Eugenie was spotted in a cheerful mood while out and about in Mayfair today.
The Princess, 29, was all smiles as she was seen walking in London‘s affluent West End with two male companions on Saturday morning.
It comes almost two weeks after the Princess joined The Queen, 92, for the annual Maundy Thursday service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Princess Eugenie was spotted out and about in Mayfair in London’s affluent West End today
The Princess, 29, was seen walking with two male companions on Saturday morning
The Queen and Princess Eugenie looked overjoyed to be attending the service at St George’s Chapel together earlier this month (pictured: April 18)
Her Majesty was joined by granddaughter Eugenie for the annual service on April 18, which sees her offering commemorative coins to senior citizens.
The recipients are retired pensioners, recommended by clergy and ministers of all denominations – in recognition of service to the Church and to the local community.
St George’s chapel has a significance for Eugenie, as she married her husband Jack Brooksbank at the church on October 12, 2018.
Princess Eugenie, 29, wore a stylish floral Erdem dress and a small navy blue hat by Juliette Botterill for the service
Pictured: Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank kiss outside St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle following their wedding in October last year
Eugenie and her husband first met in Verbier in 2010 and tied the knot in front of a star-studded congregation at St George’s Chapel on October 12.
Robbie Wililams’ daughter Teddy was a bridesmaid while models Kate Moss, Poppy and Cara Delevingne and Naomi Campbell were among the congregation, along with Demi Moore, Stephen Fry and Jamie Redknapp.
Eugenie was previously criticised for the ostentation of the wedding, with the celebrations even outdoing those for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier in the year.
Radiant: The couple released a handful of photos from their wedding in October last year
Speculation has emerged that Eugenie, the Queen’s granddaughter, could be pregnant with her first child after marrying her boyfriend of seven years Jack Brooksbank in October last year
In the evening, Eugenie and Mr Brooksbank entertained 300 guests at Royal Lodge, the home of the Princess’s parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.
Inside a £100,000 marquee, liveried waiters served cocktails and gourmet pizza, and at dinner the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra played and Robbie Williams sang before Eugenie performed a catwalk-style routine on the dance floor.
The following day, 500 guests were treated to fairground rides in the grounds of Windsor Lodge.