Princess Eugenie beams as she enjoys trip to Kenya with friends
Princess Eugenie enjoys solo trip with friends to Kenya – as she leaves husband Jack and their sons at home
- Princess Eugenie, 33, looked happy to be abroad in Kenya with her pals
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Princess Eugenie enjoyed a beach trip abroad to Kenya with her friends – apparently leaving her husband Jack and their two sons at home.
The Duke of York’s daughter, 33, was pictured in the African country with German model and influencer, Caroline Daur, who shared a number of snaps of the group of friends on Instagram last week.
They travelled to Lamu, a small town on Lamu Island, which has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2001.
While the Princess was pictured in a number of photographs lapping up the sunshine and enjoying the scenery, it appears her husband Jack and their two sons, August and Ernie did not join the group.
Eugenie and Jack, who split their time between Windsor and Portugal with her family, welcomed their second child on May 30th. They also share August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, 18 months.
Princess Eugenie, 33, was pictured in the African country with German model and influencer, Caroline Daur
A monochrome selfie posted on Caroline’s Instagram, a day before anniversary of the Queen’s death, showed the pair seemingly dressed up to go out.
In one of the photographs, Princess Eugenie donned a simple circular necklace and modest top and wore her curled tresses down.
Meanwhile Caroline opted for slicked-back hair, dramatic oversized earrings and a feathered, spotty top.
Another image on the Instagram carousel showed the royal on a boat with a group of friends, enjoying a meal and wine on the open water.
Princess Eugenie sported a pair of round oversized black sunglasses and donned a black top.
She parted her chocolate locks so half of her hair was in a bun and the other strands were down.
The mother-of-two looked in high spirits as she smiled for the photograph with her pals.
Princess Eugenie’s close friend Julia de Boinville was also amongst the group holidaying last week.
The island, located off the northern coast, is known for its snorkelling, scuba diving, coral reefs and beaches.
Princess Eugenie sported a pair of round oversized black sunglasses and donned a black top on the trip
Another image on the Instagram carousel showed the royal on a boat with a group of friends, enjoying a meal and wine on the open water
However Princess Eugenie has not posted anything about the trip on her Instagram thus far.
It’s far from the only trip the royal has taken this year, after she made an incognito appearance at the Frieze LA VIP art show held at Santa Monica Airport on February 16.
Last Friday, the anniversary of the Queen’s death, Princess Eugenie posted a sweet snap of herself with her late grandmother.
The unseen photo showed the pair at their cabin in Balmoral.
‘Thinking of you today. Missing you so much but remembering what a life of service, love and dedication to everyone and to your family, who loved you so very much.
‘Forever grateful to you. And always in my heart.’
A recent exclusive MailOnline poll has found that the majority of Britons think Beatrice and Eugenie should be removed from line of succession.
A Deltapoll survey commissioned by MailOnline quizzed pollsters on who should stay in the line of succession, and Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, the late Queen’s granddaughters didn’t fare too well.
Around 57 per cent of those questioned said they would take Eugenie, 33, and Beatrice, 35, from the current line of succession.
Beatrice and Eugenie receive no income from the Sovereign Grant, the government-funded £82.2 million that covers Royal Household salaries as they aren’t on any official royal engagement rosters.
This means they have had jobs outside of the The Firm, but this hasn’t stopped them from having busy social schedules often getting snapped at parties and on foreign holidays.
Earlier this year, Eugenie and Beatrice’s mother Sarah Ferguson praised her daughters as ‘great working mothers’.
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