Prince Andrew’s youngest daughter, Princess Eugenie has joined Instagram.
The Duke of York shared the news on his Twitter page earlier today, teasing fans to check out what her first photo posted was.
Princess Eugenie’s elder sister, Princess Beatrice is also on the popular social media platform but does not post frequently.
Should you not have Instagram, the first photo Princess Eugenie decided to post was one of her speaking at WE Day earlier this week.
Both Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice gave a rare speech together speaking about life lessons.
Taking to the stage at the Wembly Arena, the sisters urged people to ‘never give up, no matter the obstacles’ and ‘reach out to others.’
Beatrice and Eugenie were speaking at WE Day – an annual event that celebrates the achievements of young people working in their communities around the world.
Together, Beatrice and Eugenie said: “We stand here to support not just each other, but all women. Women are working together to impact great change.’
“Today we are here to offer three lessons that have helped us… that have taught us to be strong and value those around us.
“1. Never give up – no matter the obstacles.
“2. Find that tiny flame inside of you that makes you shine brighter than you feel, that gives you the belief that you can change the world.
“3. You don’t have to face anything alone – you should reach out to others.”
Princess Beatrice, who is the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, has spoken at WE Day events every year since 2014.
According to their website, WE is a “movement that brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world.”
The charity aims to empower communities to lift themselves out of poverty through their holistic, sustainable international development model.
Prince Harry has been rumoured to have a private Instagram account and his soon-to-be bride, Meghan Markle recently deleted all her forms of social media as she gets ready to marry into ‘The Firm’. Perhaps, Meghan will make a return with a more tailored account like that of Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie!
Additional reporting by Charlie Proctor