Her big day is just around the corner, and Princess Eugenie made a very bold change to her appearance that most modern brides would be afraid to do — she dyed her hair red.
Eugenie was spotted strolling around
Her mother, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, is of course known for her natural red locks so perhaps her daughter wanted to follow in her footsteps for the biggest day of her life.
New do: Eugenie was spotted strolling around London earlier this week in a purple coat dress which beautifully complimented her newly-dyed red hair, as well as showing off her slim legs
Like mother like daughter: Princess Eugenie usually sports light brown tresses with blonde highlights but took the brave step of dying it red like her mother Sarah before her wedding
Old do: At the beginning of the week, Eugenie was spotted supporting one of her favorite charities and sported her normal light brown locks
The Princess of York will get married to Jack Brooksbank at St George’s chapel in Windsor on Friday, October 12, in front of more than 850 people.
As well as her newly-dyed hair, Eugenie showcased her slender physique
The Princess has been a member of the Grace Belgravia in London, where Gabriela is head nutritionist, since 2016.
Gabriella, who is a guest at the wedding, specializes in slimming supplements and reportedly helped Prince Harry slim down ahead of his nuptials to Meghan Markle.
Fiance: The Princess of York will get married to Jack Brooksbank at St George’s chapel in Windsor on Friday, October 12, in front of more than 850 people
Different look: Jack Brooksbank, Cressida Bonas and Princess Eugenie attend the wedding of Lady Melissa Percy and Thomas Van Straubenzee at St Michael’s Church on June 22, 2013
Further details of Eugenie and Jack’s big day have emerged as it draws near, with the world-famous Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli set to perform at the ceremony.
Meanwhile costume designer turned bespoke baker Sophie Cabot has been tasked with creating the couple’s wedding cake — an autumn-inspired red velvet and chocolate affair decorated with ivy, likely a nod to Eugenie and Jack’s home, Ivy Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace.
Royal fans are eagerly awaiting their first glimpse of the Princess’s
She has confirmed only that she has chosen a ‘British-based’ designer, prompting odds to be slashed on Erdem, a label she and other members of the Royal family have long favored for occasion wear.