Princess Eugenie's floral print dress has us dreaming of spring |

Princess Eugenie’s floral print dress has us dreaming of spring

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Princess Eugenie shared a lovely tribute to an event she attended with her mother Sarah Ferguson. Eugenie, 28, is a big supporter of the Teenage Cancer Trust, so for World Cancer Day on Monday, the royal raised awareness for the charity by sharing a shot of her and her mum during a visit to the facility at Alder Hey. The royal was seen rocking a gorgeous navy coloured tea-style dress covered in a charming daisy print and featured a quirky flared sleeve. The fancy frock is the ideal number for a formal occasion like this one – smart and practical, yet super pretty.

We are still trying to track down exactly where the sister of Princess Beatrice got her blooming lovely dress from – but don’t worry- we’ve found some fabulous high street alternatives that look very similar to keep you going in the meantime…

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On #worldcancerday I’m looking back to my visit to Alder Hey Teenage Cancer Trust Unit. @teenage_cancer brings world class cancer care to young people across the UK and alongside my sister Bea and mum @sarahferguson15 I’m a proud patron of this special charity.

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Floral prints always make their way on to the catwalks for spring, with Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci and Marc Jacobs in the front-running last season. The easiest way to make the trend work for you is to focus on one item – and make that your standout piece. So don’t double up with matching shoes and a bag – as you may look like a walking bouquet of flowers! Subtlety – like Eugenie – is key.

The Duchess of York also marked the momentous day on her own social media profile, and posted a lovely photo of herself and her two daughters, along with Teenage Cancer Trust founders Dr Adrian and Myrna Whiteson.

Writing next to the image, she shared: “On World Cancer Day, I am thinking of friends and family who have been affected by this terrible disease. I have been a proud supporter of @teenage_cancer and its founders Dr Adrian and Myrna Whiteson since 1990 and @teencanceramerica and now Beatrice and Eugenie are too. Together we can help more people beat cancer #worldcancerday #tct #teenagecancertrust#teencanceramerica.”


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