British Royal Family

Princess Eugenie makes a very special surprise appearance in a stunning green dress

The newlywed is absolutely glowing!

By Jess Pullar
Princess Eugenie is taking newlywed life in her stride, and she couldn't look more glamorous doing so!
This week alone she's proved as much after making a very special surprise appearance in London for an important cause, while wearing what might be one of our favourite looks on her to date.
While most of the royal family have wrapped up their formal engagements for the season as they head off on their respective summer breaks, Eugenie gave us a delightful surprise when she stepped out at Westminster Abbey to support a cause that's close to her heart - The Anti-Slavery Collective.
The charity works to combat modern slavery, and Eugenie's visit was to meet with John Cotton Richmond, who is the US Ambassador-at-Large for Combating Trafficking in Persons.
The radiant Princess looked beautiful in a green and gold floral Alice & Olivia dress, which featured a sheer outer layer that was tied with a matching ribbon around her waist.
Seriously, how stunning does she look!?
Princess Eugenie's Alice & Olivia dress was a beautiful outfit choice from the royal. (Getty)
The dress is very on trend at the moment, especially with its wrap-style silhouette and sleeves that gather at the wrist.
The beautiful bright green hue also complimented Eugenie's copper hair, which she wore out in loose curls.
She finished the look off with a pair of nude heels - so chic!
We're loving this look on the Princess! (Getty)
Eugenie was given a tour of Westminster Abbey during the surprise visit, where she was pictured in front of a special statue of William Wilberforce.
Wilberforce was a politician and philanthropist and famously worked to abolish slave trade, something Eugenie herself is very vocal about.
In fact, the Princess has spoken at length about her work in anti-slavery initiatives - just last year she gave a rare interview on a podcast called Global GoalsCast where she spoke candidly about it.
Eugenie and her long-time pal Julie de Boinville, who works with the royal on Antislavery Collective, both discussed a trip to Calcutta in 2013 where they met a woman who started the Women's Interlink Foundation.
The Foundation works to get trafficked females off the streets and teaches them skills such as fabric design and creating clothing.
"Jules and I, that was the first time we ever really saw what modern slavery was and human trafficking and what really that is in the modern age, " Eugenie said at the time.
Princess Eugenie was seen surverying a statue of a famed anti-slavery worker William Wilberforce. (Getty)
The Princess has had a busy summer of engagements so far, making some candid appearances at Royal Ascot, as well as attending one of the Queen's garden parties at Buckingham Palace.
Here's hoping we'll see more of the newlywed over the coming months!
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