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Princess Eugenie Debuts a New Hairstyle Before Her Upcoming Wedding

She just debuted the look at a charity event in London.
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Princess Eugenie showed off a new hairstyle yesterday while attending the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch, a charity event in London. She paired her freshly shorn bob with a navy blue space-themed dress and timeless black pumps. 

The change to her 'do leaves us wondering if she’s experimenting with her look before choosing a hairstyle for her upcoming wedding. She and her fiancé Jack Brooksbank will tie the knot this October in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.

See the bob from multiple angles below:


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Princess Eugenie talks with other attendees


Princess Eugenie makes an entrance to the event


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Princess Eugenie sporting a fresh haircut

Princess Eugenie made an appearance at the lunch to support veterans who have served in the British Armed Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. Hosted by Charles Bowman, the lord mayor of the City of London, it benefited The Soldiers’ Charity, an organization which works to improve the lives of British soldiers, veterans, and their families. Since 2008, the annual meal has raised over £1.7 million.

Shortly following the event, Eugenie shared her experience on her newly minted Instagram account.

"Loved spending time at the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch today, meeting so many incredible people all supporting ‘ABF - The Soldiers' Charity @soldierscharity and their work with those we owe so much to," she captioned the post.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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