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HRH Princess Eugenie on motherhood, inspirational women, and fighting to end modern slavery

Joining us today is a loving mother, sister and wife whose passion for art has fuelled a hugely successful career on both sides of the Atlantic. She also happens to be eleventh in line to the throne. We’re delighted to welcome to White Wine Question Time HRH Princess Eugenie!


Princess Eugenie dials in for a chat about the return of her podcast, ‘Floodlight’, which highlights the fight against modern slavery through conversations with activists, lawmakers and survivors. She also discusses her incredible relationship with the late Queen, her Grandmother, what life was like growing up as a member of arguably the most famous family on the planet and kindly scrolls through her Instagram with us, offering up the stories behind the pictures she has shared with the world.


Our thanks to HRH Princess Eugenie for joining us. You can listen to her podcast ‘Floodlight’ right here!


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