Princess Eugenie joined the rest of the royal family at a thanksgiving service to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, and her hairstyle featured a cute tattoo
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Princess Eugenie surprised royal fans by showing off a small tattoo as she joined her family on the second day of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
It is believed to be the first time she has publicly displayed her ink, which looks like a small circle or heart behind her ear.
The Queen’s granddaughter normally wears her hair down on official engagements, but parted, parted for the Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral meant it was on display.
Eugenie joined Prince Charles, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Wessex family at the religious event today. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were also in attendance, making their first royal appearance since leaving the royal family and moving to the United States in 2020.
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The younger York sister followed in the Duchess of Cambridge’s footsteps by choosing to wear a dress by one of her favorite designers, Emilia Wickstead.
She paired the bright orange dress with a black hat and heels. She arrived with her husband Jack Brooksbank, sister Princess Eugenie and brother-in-law Edo.
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And Eugenie isn’t the only member of the royal family with a tattoo, and there have been some fun royal piercings over the years too.
Lady Amelia Windsor, granddaughter of the Queen’s cousin Prince Edward, is a model and often shows off her tattoos in photoshoots and on Instagram.
She has a big tiger on her shoulder and tattoos on her wrists.
If you look back in the history books, there are too a former king who had some rather unexpected body art – which he got because he never expected to be on the throne.
King George V was on the throne from 1910 to 1936, having succeeded his father, King Edward VII. By 1892, Prince George was the second son and never expected to become king. It was assumed that his older brother Prince Albert Victor would rule.
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When Albert Victor died of the flu, George had to leave his beloved place in the Royal Navy and find out all about his future role.
King George V went on to become one of the most popular kings in British history as his reign took place during the First World War.
Never expecting to become king, Prince George was able to live the life of an ordinary naval officer for most of his younger years and therefore behave just like everyone else.
Though never pictured, Prince George is known to have received a tattoo of a red and blue dragon while serving in the Navy in Japan in 1881. He later got a tiger tattooed on his other arm.
Zara Tindall raised eyebrows in the ’90s when she got her tongue chopped at the age of 17.
She unveiled the silver stud to the royal family at Prince Charles’ 50th birthday party, though her mother, Princess Anne, didn’t seem too bothered.
Recently, Meghan Markle also joked about having a tattoo in a video celebrating her 40th birthday. During a video call, comedian and actress Melissa McCarthy jokingly suggested they get matching tattoos on their faces.
Meghan replied: “I already have something similar on my back”.
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