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In the interview, Eugenie notes that not only does she keep her house, Ivy Cottage at Kensington Palace, plastic-free, but she'd like her wedding to be, too. "My whole house is anti-plastic now—and Jack and I want our wedding to be like that as well," she said.
Eugenie is passionate about the issue of excess plastic. Earlier this summer, the young royal took to her Instagram account to speak out about the importance of limiting the amount of single-use plastic in our everyday lives.
In the post, Eugenie announced her new role as an ambassador for Project 0, an organization that works to protect and restore the ocean. "Together we aim to inspire people to make sustainable choices to stop the ocean from drowning in plastic," she wrote in the post's caption.
I'm so excited to have recently become an Ambassador of Project 0 whose aim is to restore and protect the ocean. Today we launched our new partnership with @skyoceanrescue and of course, Plasticus, the whale made of used single use plastic...Together we aim to inspire people to make sustainable choices to stop the ocean from drowning in plastic. #passonplastic @weareprojectzero
In the new interview with Vogue, Eugenie also shared that she's been making Pinterest boards of
"It’s very nerve-wracking because you want it to be perfect but then you realize that you’re going to be with the person you love forever and nothing else really matters," she said.
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