Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, continues to showcase her natural beauty as she celebrates a milestone anniversary with her husband, Jack Brooksbank.
While in quarantine amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, Princess Eugenie also seemingly distanced herself from her makeup bag - resulting in a fresh-faced and wholesome appearance.
Mere days ago, the 30-year-old's natural glow fit right into the surroundings as she read from her favorite book, "Guess How Much I Love You," while gently swaying on an outdoor swing.
Princess Eugenie had ditched the lipstick and mascara for the guest appearance on her mom, Sarah Ferguson's new channel "Storytime With Fergie and Friends," and thoroughly lived herself into sharing the children's book by Sam McBratney.
The princess then went makeup-free again for the celebration of her and husband Jack's 10th wedding anniversary last weekend.
Posting a smiling all-natural picture of them together, Princess Eugenie urged followers who also have an anniversary coming up this week to contact her directly, whether they are together during this difficult time or not.
"Jack and I are celebrating our 10th anniversary today...?? and we are lucky enough to be together at this time," she captioned the snap. "If you are a frontline worker wishing to tell your person you love them, then please do send me a photo and message, and I will share your messages on my story over the next few days."
Even though Jack and Princess Eugenie's wedding only took place just under two years ago at Windsor Castle, they have been together as a couple for a full decade.
The 30-year-old is also fortunate to have her mom Sarah staying with her and Jack at the Royal Lodge while in self-isolation, and the mother-and-daughter duo has been up to more than reading on Sarah's new channel.
The pair recently became involved with sending hospitals in London care packages donated by Lambertz pastries. Hermann Bühlbecker, the man behind the company, shared on social media that they delivered over 100kg worth of pastries meant for medical staff "currently working up to their limits."
Spreading good amid the novel coronavirus pandemic is also the reason why the Duchess of York launched her new "Storytime" channel.
Through reading a different traditional children's book with each episode, Sarah hopes on providing the children with "a little bit of magic" while in quarantine.
Appreciative of the magic mom Sarah brought into her life, Princess Eugenie made sure to pay a sweet tribute to her on Mother's Day last month.
Alongside beautiful pictures taken with her mom, Princess Eugenie wished her a happy day, but she also extended her wishes to "all the amazing mothers out there."