Princess Eugenie, 28, showed off her figure in a stylish manner today in London’s Carnaby Street.
Pictures of the radiant bride-to-be, who is the younger sister of Princess Beatrice, 29, show her looking relaxed and high on life in a glamorous outfit.
The auburn haired beauty, who is the daughter of Sarah Ferguson, 58, opted for a green and black coloured dress to make her colouring pop.
She showed off a slimmer looking figure compared to recent months, suggesting she may be losing weight before her wedding to Jack Brooksbank, 31, on October 12 this year.
She wore a floaty dress made from see-through materials which showed a hint of her shoulders and arms.
The dress was in a polka dot see-through print and had a floral design on it.
The royal showed off a tasteful hint of flesh with a V-style neckline.
Eugenie paired the floaty dress look with a pair of seriously high fashion boots underneath.
She wore thigh high black pointed boots in a velvet material, which has a slight give around the angle.
A black obi style belt was tied tightly around Eugenie’s waist, highlighting her slimmed down new look.
She also wore a pair of classic gold drop earrings which added a regal touch to the get-up.
Eugenie was pictured during a photocall in Carnaby Street for the launch of Pass on Plastic.
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Eugenie is well-known for her distinctive style, which has stepped up a notch since news of her engagement.
Just last week, Princess Eugenie was pictured in a quirky hat at the Queen’s garden party at Buckingham Palace.
Along with her sister Princess Beatrice, 29, Princess Eugenie has never been one to shy away from a daring hat design, wearing a boater-style hat emblazoned with the word “love”.
Laughing and chatting with her cousin the Duke of Cambridge, Eugenie kept things demure in a navy, knee-length dress in a cotton material.
Belted at the waist, the navy dress off her slimmed down figure, with button detailing running down to just below the waist.
Understated yet elegant, the dress had large, 3/4 length turned up sleeves, with the princess choosing to unbutton the top few buttons of the dress.
With very little other detailing the unusual hat added a playful twist to the more monotone ensemble.
Also navy blue in colour the playful boat hat displayed the word “love” in what appears to be beads. Navy blue mesh covered the princess’ eyes.