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British Royal Family

Pregnant Princess Eugenie finds time to share a very special Christmas gift - in camouflage!

The British royal is due to give birth to her first child early this year.

By Jess Pullar
Princess Eugenie makes a genuine impact on those around her, even when she's heavily pregnant and preparing to become a first time mother.
In a sweet reveal, the British royal's efforts in Christmas cheer were made known to the public - and they've given us yet another reason to love her.
According to Hello!, Eugenie and her Anti-Slavery Collective co-founder Julia de Boinville visited a safe house run by the Salvation Army shortly before Christmas.
They handed out gifts to the residents there, including crafts and activities to keep them entertained over the Christmas period.
Princess Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank are expecting their first child early this year. (Instagram)
The charity shared a Tweet thanking Eugenie and Julia for their efforts.
"This Christmas, residents were delighted to receive gifts from [@TASC_org] founders HRH Princess Eugenie & Julia de Boinville containing crafts & other activities to help with their well-being as they stay safe and continue to recover from their experiences of #ModernSalvery," the caption read.
In the images, one of the pair are seen gifting a present, along with several presents wrapped in regal red wrapping paper.
This marks the second time this week we've been subject to Eugenie's kind nature.
In a report for the Daily Mail, it was revealed Eugenie shared a sweet afternoon tea with a group of hopeful dancers, showing them her down to earth normal side.
According to the guest, Eugenie spoke at length about her experience with scoliosis, going so far as to show them her spinal scar.
"She told us about her scoliosis journey and what she had been through with her operations," guest Poppy Gerrard explained.
"At one point she unzipped her dress and showed us her scar. It gave me goosebumps that a princess was so proud of her imperfections and that she was prepared to share something like that with us."
Eugenie has spent years normalising the condition and proudly showing her scar. (Instagram)

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