Princess Eugenie looks every inch the New Yorker as she settles in to life stateside

Princess Eugenie looks every inch the New Yorker as she settles in to life stateside
Princess Eugenie looks to have settled in to her new life stateside.

The 23-year-old royal, who has just moved to New York City to start her graduate-level job, looked every inch the groomed New Yorker as she was pictured walking the busy streets, phone in one hand and juice in the other.

Eugenie donned an elegant black mini dress with a gold buckled belt, and looked on trend with her brown leather satchel and matching black pumps.



The younger daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson arrived in New York earlier this month, and was spotted doing a bit of retail therapy with her mother.

Sarah and Eugenie headed to the exclusive Pamela Gonzales boutique in Soho, where the pair browsed the designer collection and the Duchess of York was pictured leaving with several bags.

The following day Eugenie caught up with her father over dinner at the stylish ABC Kitchen. Sarah, who still remains on good terms with her former husband, left the father-daughter duo to spend quality time together as she headed back to London.


While recent rumours have suggested that the Princess’ divorced parents may be thinking about remarriage, Buckingham Palace insisted that the timing of their visit was a coincidence.

“Their schedules worked so they were both able to be there at the time that Eugenie was moving to New York,” said a Palace representative.

“If the Duke was there at the same time it would have been because he wanted to be there when his daughter was moving away for a year.”


Eugenie has just started her job working at fashionable auction house Paddle8, co-founded by Alexander Gilkes and Aditya Julka. The young royal will no doubt be in good hands as old Etonian Alexander is no stranger to her family.

When the established co-founder tied the knot with Misha Nonoo in Venice in August 2012, guests included Eugenie and her older sister Beatrice, and James Middleton. Alexander reportedly took Eugenie out for lunch to welcome her on her first week.

The recently-settled New Yorker is said to be renting an apartment in Soho. Eugenie has had to leave her boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, who works in the gastro-pub trade, behind, but it won’t be long before the young couple will reunite.

Eugenie and Jack are reportedly planning to travel back and forth to see each other as much as possible.