The Sweet Way Princess Eugenie Asked Her Followers To Honor The Queen

Though Princess Eugenie may not be the most talked-about princess in the royal family, she is certainly a force to be reckoned with. The daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, she's made a stunning transformation from her childhood days of growing up in the royal spotlight to an accomplished woman (Good Housekeeping).

Though not a working royal, she has a very full life outside of her royal lineage. She's a mom of a 1-year-old son, August, works as director of an art gallery, and is very active in philanthropy work (via Hauser & Wirth).

Although busy with so many varied interests, she still finds time to support the royal family. Some say she played a role in Prince Harry's recent meeting with the Queen, as a family "peacemaker" who is close to both parties (via Us Weekly). This week, Eugenie showed her support and pride online leading up to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Princess Eugenie asked her Instagram followers to share photos of her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth

Princess Eugenie asked her Instagram followers to honor her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. "Good morning dear followers on this momentous first morning of the Jubilee weekend. Send me your pictures of videos and I will post some on her so we can all join together in honouring HM The Queen's life of service."

Along with the sweet words, the princess reshared a video of the Queen's life that was originally posted on the Royal Family Instagram page chronicling Her Majesty's life's work.

In an article for The Spectator, Eugenie shared what it's like to be the Queen's granddaughter. She referred to her grandmother as "an incomparable monarch," and "a magnificent woman." As a "a very proud granddaughter," she wrote "The Jubilee stands as a testimony to a woman who has transcended time and has been that constant rock for so many when the world can feel so fragile."

The most touching words may have been when she mentioned her son, "I think about my son August and what I'd like for him, what kind of world I'd like him to grow up in. And I think of my grannie and what she has stood for, for so many people and for our family during these 70 years."