Princess Eugenie visits the Queen’s Jubilee Emblem display at the V&A

Although she does not carry out official functions, princess eugenie is stepping into the spotlight this week as he joins the celebrations to mark the Queen‘s platinum jubilee.

The Duke of York’s daughter headed to the V&A Museum this morning to see the Queen’s Jubilee emblem display and meet with Edward Roberts, the winner of the emblem design contest.

the The Jubilee Emblem design competition, organized by the V&A and Buckingham Palace, invited young people between the ages of 13 and 25 to design an emblem to represent the Queen’s unprecedented 70-year reign.

A panel of experts, including designers, artists and a representative of the Royal House, chose Edward Roberts as the winning designer, and his emblem was displayed during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Princess Eugenie headed to the V&A Museum this morning to see the display of the Queen's Jubilee Emblem

Princess Eugenie headed to the V&A Museum this morning to see the display of the Queen’s Jubilee Emblem

The V&A visit is a fitting engagement for art aficionado Eugenie, who is director of the Mayfair Hauser & Wirth gallery.

The V&A visit is a fitting engagement for art aficionado Eugenie, who is director of the Mayfair Hauser & Wirth gallery.

All submissions are now on display at the emblem show, which kicked off today at the V&A and runs through June 15.

Meeting the winner of the contest was a A fitting compromise for art aficionado Eugenie, who is director of the Mayfair Hauser & Wirth gallery.

The 32-year-old mother-of-one looked chic in a navy blue stars and moons print dress from Whistles, which cost £149, and which she previously wore to the Lord Mayor’s Big Curry Lunch in April 2018.

The visit follows an article published today in The Spectator, in which Eugenie paid tribute to her beloved ‘Grannie’ to mark her 70-year reign.

She said she hoped her one-year-old son August would grow up to have the Queen’s “patience, calm and kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.”

Eugenie's £149 upcycled Whistles dress, featuring a galaxy print on a navy background, showed off her toned legs.

Eugenie’s £149 upcycled Whistles dress, featuring a galaxy print on a navy background, showed off her toned legs.

During the date, Eugenie met Edward Roberts (pictured left), the winner of the Queen's Jubilee Emblem Competition.

During the date, Eugenie met Edward Roberts (pictured left), the winner of the Queen’s Jubilee Emblem Competition.

Conversation: Eugenie seemed to be captivated by the young designer in the competition, as the pair chatted during the date.

Conversation: Eugenie seemed to be captivated by the young designer in the competition, as the pair chatted during the date.

Edward's winning design (pictured) featured a crown motif on a purple background, as well as the number '70' to represent the seven-decade reign and the date

Edward’s winning design (pictured) featured a crown motif on a purple background, as well as the number ’70’ to represent the seven-decade reign and the date

She described the nation’s longest-reigning monarch as someone who has transcended time and been “a constant rock to so many.”

Reflecting on her ‘special little family’ with the arrival of August, who was born in February last year, Eugenie said: ‘I think of my grandmother and what she has represented, to so many people and to our family over these 70 years.

“I would love for Augie to have his patience, his calm and his kindness, while always being able to laugh at himself and keep a twinkle in his eye.”

Eugenie and her sister Beatrice will not appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony tomorrow at Trooping The Color after the Queen was forced to cut numbers to ‘those members of the royal family who are currently performing official public duties on behalf of the Queen’.

Lively: Eugenie was photographed chatting animatedly with other gallery attendees, as they perused the competition entries

Lively: Eugenie was photographed chatting animatedly with other gallery attendees, as they perused the competition entries

Tim Reeve, deputy director of the V&A, showed the royals around the gallery, and the pair appeared to be deep in conversation.

Tim Reeve, deputy director of the V&A, showed the royals around the gallery, and the pair appeared to be deep in conversation.

The royals, who are well known as art buffs, seemed to be in their element as they took in the artwork on display.

The royals, who are well known as art buffs, seemed to be in their element as they took in the artwork on display.

Today's date seemed like a perfect match for art aficionado Eugenie.

The royals certainly seemed to be enjoying themselves as they looked at the art on display.

Eugenie seemed delighted to be stuck discussing the various entries in the competition for the Platinum Jubilee emblem.

However, expectations have been made for her great-grandchildren Louis, Charlotte and George and Princess Anne’s husband.

However, Eugenie is likely to join the family at the Queen’s thanksgiving service in St Paul on Friday, along with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who will be traveling from California with their two children.

And she will be seen again on Sunday attending one of the Great Jubilee luncheons with her sister, Princess Beatrice.

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