Princess Eugenie wears chic sustainable accessory at COP26 in Glasgow

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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
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Princess Eugenie travelled to Glasgow this week to make a surprise appearance at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26. 

Recording footage from the conference, the mum-of-one uploaded a video detailing what events she had attended and the people she met, and captioned it: 'A wonderful first day at COP26 meeting and speaking to some of the most inspiring initiatives and people out there.'

Her 1.5 million followers were clearly delighted that the royal was getting involved in the conference and were quick to comment on the post. One follower wrote: 'Wonderful that you are lending your support to this great initiative and supporting your family - well done!'

One of the speakers Eugenie recorded was fashion designer Gabriela Hearst, talking about how to bring about real change in her industry. The royal had aptly decided to wear a design by Hearst to the conference, and looked stylish wearing the brand's on-trend Seymore knitted dress. 

 

Naturally, adding an eco element to her outfit, Eugenie also wore a London Velvet Bottle Bag, which makes carrying around a reusable water bottle all the easier. It's specially designed to fit The Ocean Bottle, dubbed 'the world’s most needed reusable bottle' – when you buy one, you fund the collection of 1,000 ocean-bound plastic bottles in weight. 

Princess Eugenie finished her look with the wool and silk Ado side-buckle biker jacket by Nanushka (£825), her go-to Rag & Bone boots, and the Louis Vuitton Cappuccine bag. 

Watch: 'We all miss you', Eugenie says in touching Instagram tribute to Duke of Edinburgh

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