Members of the British royal family have to follow certain protocols and guidelines that almost always prevent them from showing their more relaxed sides in public.
But there is a princess who has already proved to be more playful: Princess Eugenie. She does not have to follow all the rules of royalty since she's pretty far from the throne (in terms of succession), so she can have more fun.
Princess Eugenie: "princess of the people"
Eugenie is the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, daughter of Prince Andrew with Sarah Ferguson. Since she's so far away from inheriting the crown, she gets to stray from the protocols of the royal family.
For this reason, she is a little more uninhibited than the members who are closest to the crown, such as Meghan and Kate, including sharing moments of her life on social media.
Her more "informal" behavior allows one to know a side of royalty that is seen by very few. That's why she can be considered perhaps the coolest princesses in the royal family.
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Funny (and "banned") photos on Instagram
Eugenie is the only one in the royal family who has an Instagram account, and she has 324,000 followers. She usually posts funny pictures with well-chosen subtitles.
There's no doubt the princess has more freedom to share her private life with her followers, but she has "gotten in trouble" by publishing a photo of her father, Prince Andrew, during an official royal family event.
The disclosure was meant to commemorate Andrew's birthday, but it turns out that an inner part of the palace that is not accessible to the public was revealed in the photo. But even being warned, she kept the photo on her profile.
She's getting married!
Engaged since January 2018, Eugenie and event planner Jack Brooksbank are getting married on October 12 of this year. Apparently the event will be even bigger than the wedding of Meghan and Harry - the number of guests and the duration of the event will be longer.
We'd love to go - Eugenie, where's our invite?
Like Harry, Eugenie invited the public to witness her marriage to Jack. About 1,200 people will be able to attend the wedding inside the chapel from start to finish, including the wedding parade after the ceremony.