Princess Eugenie Supports Elephant Family At V&A Charity Event

  October 25, 2016 at 9:50 pm by

Princess Eugenie of York, accompanied by her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, attended the opening night of a charity exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum tonight in benefit of Elephant Family.

‘Conservation Couture: The Animal Ball Collection’ will feature at the V&A until Friday week, showcasing a number of couture masks themed around the animal kingdom. It is a collaboration between the Museum, Elephant Family and Swarovski in the lead up to the charity’s annual fundraiser, the Animal Ball.

The Princess, wearing a gold jacquard dress and black pumps, read an excerpt from one of the books written by Elephant Family’s founder, Mark Shand, during the opening.

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3 Responses to Princess Eugenie Supports Elephant Family At V&A Charity Event

  1. kit says:

    Get a job…………………with your mom’s genes, you are not a real royal, your dad is barking up the wrong tree……….let him support you, get off the royal dole

  2. ure says:

    Any royal job you available to you and you want to do it, do. NOBODY is going to stop you.
    She has been working Kit.

  3. Jorge Melenudo Escamilla says:

    You make a handsome couple.


    Jorge Melenudo Escamilla

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