Princess Eugenie has been praised for being a “real princess” after the young royal revealed more about her fight to end modern slavery.
Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter – Princess Eugenie of York – has been raising awareness for her organisation The Anti-Slavery Collective and like-minded charity Stop the Traffik, both of which fight to prevent human trafficking.
The newlywed regularly posts on Instagram, adding pictures of her family, wedding day and friends. But one post has seen fans heap praise on Eugenie, dubbing her a “real princess”.
Princess Eugenie uploaded a photo during a visit to Traffik and wrote: “I co-founded @the_anti_slavery_collective to bring together change-makers to raise awareness for modern slavery as a global epidemic. Today I met an incredible organisation, @stopthetraffik, who are empowering people to take action against #humantrafficking. Their intelligence-led STOP APP is the only one of its kind to combine community empowerment, big data management and anti-trafficking expertise to disrupt this horrific crime. #enditmovement.”
The 28-year-old co-founded the Anti-Slavery Collective in April last year with her close friend, Julia de Boinville.
Fans were quick to praise Eugenie, with one saying she is a “real” princess. “We love you, keep showing what a real princess does, this generation will change the world,” her follower wrote. Another complimented Eugenie’s mum and dad, Sarah, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, and replied: “You are a very good egg. Your parents did well.”
This is the fourth post since the beginning of the year in which Eugenie has utilised her social media to display charitable causes.