Princess Eugenie, Mom Sarah Ferguson Icing Out Princess Beatrice?
Princess Eugenie spent quality time with her mom Sarah Ferguson at the Ascot on Saturday. The mother-daughter duo has been spending a lot of time together lately. They enjoyed the races at Ascot for King George VI Weekend.Advertisement
But missing all the fun was Princess Beatrice. Where was she and why was she not there with her mom and sister? Both, 56-year-old Sarah and her 26-year-old daughter Eugenie enjoyed their day out, as they cheered and chatted.
Even, Queen Elizabeth was nowhere in sight as she and her husband Prince Philip are on their summer holiday to Holyroodhouse in Scotland. Eugenie and Beatrice’s mom Sarah, the former Duchess of York recently reunited with her daughters and her former husband Prince Andrew.
The eighth-in-line to the throne is also an associate director of the Hauser & Wirth art gallery in London. The ladies were also seen together enjoying a day out at Royal Ascot in June. Eugenie is known for her high-flying life and was denied more holidays after taking five weeks off in her first ten weeks at her job at the art gallery.
However, Princess Eugenie was reportedly ordered her to remain in London to take care of a stall in Regent’s Park for Frieze London, one of the most important fairs in the contemporary art world, Daily Mail reports.
Sarah and her daughters Eugenie and Beatrice have been spending a lot of time together, Hello reports. The threesome recently attended a black tie concert for James Wentworth Stanley Memorial Fund in June. The memorial fund has been instituted after James who committed suicide at the age of 21, in 2006. They hosted the Wintershall concert, the money raised from which went towards charity.
Princess Eugenie was casual chic in a white A-line dress with black laced lining from Alice + Olivia, Daily Mail reports. Her short brunette locks were left loose, and she wore orange sunglasses. Sarah was stylish in a monochrome dress and a matching black fascinator with her auburn hair pulled up into a half-bun as she enjoyed the day out with her daughter.