It seems that Princess Eugenie has recently received some new body art.
The celebrations for the Platinum
Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth took place last week, and one of the events was a thanksgiving service held at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter attended the service. She appeared to show off a new tattoo behind her ear during the event, which was a modest circular design and was highlighted by the half-back haircut and black fascinator that she wore.
It’s possible that Princess Eugenie, who is 32 years old, is the highest-ranking person in the line of succession to the British monarchy who has a tattoo.
Amelia Windsor, the granddaughter of the Queen’s cousin the Duke of Kent, is an exception with her various tattoos, including a tiger on her left shoulder blade, three bear cubs, and a petal on her rib cage.
It is uncommon for members of the British royal family to have ink, but Amelia Windsor is an exception with her ink.
Other members of royal families from throughout the world, such as the Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Princess Stephanie of Monaco, and Princess Sofia of Sweden, all have tattoos that are visible to the public.
Princess Eugenie posted on Instagram on Monday a “last compilation of some incredible moments of the most special weekend that I was so honored to be a part of” in order to bring an end to the festivities that were held in honor of the Platinum Jubilee.