The 33-year-old, who is mum to August, two, and four-month-old Ernest, has also shared some exciting news in her latest appearance on social media.
Eugenie co-founded The Anti-Slavery Collective with best friend Julia de Boinville in 2017.
And in April 2022, the pair launched their own podcast series, Floodlight, which looks to raise awareness of modern slavery and explores how we can combat it.
In an Instagram Stories video, Eugenie and Julia revealed that their audio series will be back for a second season on 18 October, which falls on the same day as Anti-Slavery Day.
In the first series, the friends chatted with actress Dame Emma Thompson, but on Friday, Eugenie revealed that they will be joined by another high-profile guest. Find out who in the clip below…
Before her red carpet appearance earlier this month, Eugenie also enjoyed a trip to the Kenyan island of Lamu with Julia and German model and influencer, Caroline Daur.
In the candid snaps, the Princess could be seen enjoying dinner on board a boat and in another, she beamed for a selfie with Caroline.
It's not known if she was joined on the trip by her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and their two children.
Eugenie and Jack will celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary on 12 October, having tied the knot in a beautiful autumnal ceremony at St George's Chapel in Windsor in 2018.
Just weeks before giving birth to her second child, Eugenie joined King Charles and Queen Camilla's coronation celebrations.
Eugenie and Jack were among the guests in the congregation at Westminster Abbey on 6 May, with the Princess dressing her baby bump in an elegant navy blue Fendi ensemble.
She and her older sister, Princess Beatrice, also joined locals at a street party as well as attending the coronation concert at Windsor Castle.
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