Princess Eugenie shows off artistic talents as she shares painting

An English royal rose! Princess Eugenie shows off artistic talents as she shares stunning flower painting ‘from years ago’ on Instagram

  • Princess Eugenie, 30, has shared a painting of a huge flower on Instagram
  • Royal revealed she had been looking through arts-and-crafts from years gone by
  • Said she hoped lockdown would ‘bring more creativity for those who enjoy it’
  • She is believed to be self-isolating with her parents and husband in Windsor  

Princess Eugenie has showed off her artistic talents after revealing a stunning flower painting from an ‘arts-and-crafts sessions years ago’ online.

Princess Eugenie, 30, posted a photograph of the huge blooming pink flower on her Instagram page before sharing her painting of the blooming plant.

In her caption for the post, which was shared yesterday to mark World Art Day, she said she had had ‘so much fun’ looking through old arts and crafts.

The Queen’s granddaughter posted: ‘Looking through my old art and crafts has been so fun today and I just hope this time can bring about more creativity from anyone who enjoys it. ‘

Princess Eugenie, 30, has showcased her artistic talents by revealing a stunning painting of a rose on her Instagram page

The 30-year-old also revealed how the painting had been done ‘a few years ago now’, but didn’t say whether the piece had been a project from school.   

Princess Eugenie is believed to be self-isolating at the Royal Lodge in Windsor with her husband Jack Brooksbank, her mother Sarah, Duchess of York and her father Prince Andrew.

Before the pandemic, she was working as a director for Mayfair-based gallery Hauser & Wirth. 

The royal, who like her sister receives no money from the Queen, graduated from Newcastle University in September 2009, after studying English Literature and the History of Art. 

The Queen’s granddaughter revealed the painting was from ‘some years ago’, although didn’t share whether it had been a school or university project

Princess Eugenie revealed she had ‘so much fun’ going through her old arts and crafts yesterday 

After completing her studies, Eugenie moved to New York to work for online auction firm Paddle8, before moving back to London in 2015 to start a career with Hauser & Wirth.

As well as her nostalgic trips down memory lane, Princess Eugenie has been putting her time in lockdown to good use.

Earlier this week, she  shared adorable messages of love and support bin collectors in Bradford have collected amid the pandemic – before thanking businesses donating food to the NHS.

The royal also shared a snap of the original photograp of the stunning pink flower from which she had painted her picture 

Alongside the snap, the caption read: ‘Our crews are loving the pictures being drawn for them – thanks for the lollies too Harry and Penny.’

Princess Eugenie shared the post on her social media page and wrote: ‘I wanted to share this story of hope. Bradford Council shared messages of love and admiration for their bin crews that have collected during this challenging time.’

In one post, the royal tagged a local company which featured staff smiling alongside boxes of food packages and wrote: ‘Thank you the @the_clucking_pig for donating and delivering scotch eggs to frontline workers at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesborough.’ 

Princess Eugenie shared the adorable messages of love and admiration bin men in Bradford have collected amid the coronavirus pandemic (pictured)

It comes after Princess Eugenie shared a rare make-up free photograph as she works from home amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Queen’s granddaughter appeared in two photos shared on the Anti-Slavery Collective’s Instagram account.

They show Eugenie chatting with her friend Julia de Boinville, who co-founded the charity with her in 2017 to help raise awareness about modern slavery and support its victims. 

Princess Eugenie (pictured), 30, appeared in two photos shared on the Anti-Slavery Collective’s Instagram account over the weekend 




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