Princess Eugenie steps out in lace-detail black dress on first night-out after her royal wedding

In support of husband Jack Brooksbank, Princess Eugenie spent a night out with older sister Beatrice for the first time since her wedding.

Beatrice, 30, dazzled in a long, monochrome Gucci gown, and got into the spirit of the themed evening by wearing a colorful garland headband to the Day Of The Dead party co-hosted by Casamigos at Isabel’s Mayfair.

The star-studded Global Gala was only attended by Beatrice, and her sister Eugenie joined her for the party held afterward. The Princess wore a black dress with lace detail and matching double-breasted coat with ankle boots.

Jack is the brand ambassador for the tequila brand Casamigos and the sisters thoroughly enjoyed their night out in support Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank.

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Princess Eugenie looked notably refreshed and happy after the couple came back from their honeymoon, although their destination is still unknown it is clear that wherever they went, the newlyweds had a very relaxing time.

The Princess is ninth in line for the throne, however, she and her older sister Beatrice don’t perform official royal roles, so at least they don’t have to deal with the constant presence of a bodyguard.

Instead, she can go through her daily routines unencumbered. Princess Eugenie likes going to the park in the mornings to ‘do circuits.’ They’re quick: burpees, squat jumps, lunges, and some other exercises.

But her brain gets copious amounts of exercise as well, the Princess graduated with second honors from Newcastle, with degrees in Art History and English while she had been working as one of the directors of an art gallery called Hauser &Wirth London for the last three years.

Whether the Princess curls up indulging Netflix and junk food or a gym session at her favorite women's only gym called Grace Belgravia, she is doing what makes her happy.

To an extent that was made possible by the corrective surgery Princess Eugenie had at age 12. The eight-hour corrective surgery for scoliosis was successful and left her with titanium rods in her back and screws at the top of her neck.

The scars could clearly be seen on her wedding day as Princess Eugenie intended. The Princess had a magical wedding day and showed her appreciation by sending all her well-wishers' handwritten thank you cards that read:

“Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making our wedding so special and for thinking of us as we start our married life. We are completely overwhelmed with happiness.”

The card featured a wedding day picture of the young bridal party inside an envelope with their personalized stationery emblazoned with an ‘E’ under the crown.

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