Eugenie returned to Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel, where she wed husband Jack Brooksbank last autumn, for the annual event where the Queen distributes money to community stalwarts.
When the Queen arrived at the chapel’s north door with her granddaughter they were presented with traditional nosegays – which in ancient times warded off unpleasant smells – before taking their seats at the head of the congregation.
The Queen wore a buttercup-coloured Stewart Pravin outfit, matching hat by Rachel Trevor-Morgan and an Australian wattle brooch, while her daughter was dressed in a blue and white dress.
Their outing comes as rumours continue to circulate suggesting the Princess and her new husband, Jack Brooksbank are expecting their first child together. However, the couple reportedly have to keep the exciting news under wraps until Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have announced the birth of baby Sussex.
Eugenie, 29, joined the Queen when her grandmother, with the Duke of Edinburgh, opened the Great North Museum in Newcastle in 2009.
The then 19-year-old princess was studying English, history of art and politics at the city’s university.