Princess Eugenie shared a rare photo of herself as a schoolgirl during a visit to her old school, where she delivered a speech on activism.
The 31-year-old spoke to students at Marlborough College about the work she does as co-founder of a collective that aims to raise awareness about modern slavery.
The Anti-Slavery collective also aims to "bring change-makers together" to eradicate slavery.
In a post shared on the collective's Instagram page, they wrote: "Last week our co-founders, HRH @princesseugenie and Julia de Boinville, visited their old school Marlborough College to speak to the students about the work we do at The Anti-Slavery Collective and how they too can become activists!"
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The photos show the Princess with her friend and colleague Julia Boinville on the beach, in a sweet snap of them grinning up close to the camera.
Another is a school photo of when the girls attended the college, with the two founders circled and the caption stating, "our journey begins."
Another old girl of the school is Kate Middleton, who attended the private school alongside sister Pippa before meeting her now husband Prince William at St Andrews university in Scotland.
Fans of the Princess left comments of support for the mum of nine month old son, August Philip Hawke Brooksbank, who was christened last week.
At the joint christening with fellow Royal Zara Tindall for their sons August and Lucas, both of the mums chose the middle name Philip for their new baby child.
One user commented on the rare post from Eugenie: "Awesome you are doing so much to raise awareness abs how we can all stamp it out."
Together Band, a group who state they are "on a mission to share the Global Goals with the world through creativity & culture" also commented on the speech.
They encouraged more people to get involved in the cause, writing, "So wonderful! Anyone can be an activist."
Among the numerous hand-clapping emojis, and hearts sent to the Princess' Ant-Slavery Collective page, a well wisher simply wrote: "Love this"
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