Princess Eugenie has been dubbed a real princess by royal fans who are impressed by how passionate she is with the charities and causes closest to her heart.

The youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson is not considered as a working royal, but she still sees to it that she brings awareness to various charities around the world. She also uses her Instagram account as a platform to quickly reach out to her thousands of followers.

On Monday, the 28-year-old uploaded a photo of herself during her visit to Stop the Traffik, an organization that helps prevent human trafficking. In her caption, Princess Eugenie linked her visit to the Anti-Slavery Collective, which she co-founded to bring together change-makers to raise awareness for modern slavery as a global epidemic.

“Today I met an incredible organization who are empowering people to take action against human trafficking. Their intelligence led to the STOP APP as the only one of its kind to combine community empowerment, big data management, and anti-trafficking expertise to disrupt this horrific crime,” she captioned the photo.

Immediately after uploading the snap, Princess Eugenie’s followers praised her for all of her efforts. One of them said that the royal’s support would be so important to the cause. Another person thanked the royal for everything that she has been doing. At least two royal fans also said that Princess Eugenie is their favorite royal.

“Well done Your Royal Highness for speaking up,” one follower commented.

“Quite moved… What a gorgeous few souls I’m looking at here,” another person wrote.

In related news, Princess Eugenie also made headlines recently after rumors swirled that she could be expecting her first child with Jack Brooksbank. The couple tied the knot on Oct. 12, which was four months ago. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced that they are expecting a baby on Oct. 14, which was five months after they wed.

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Princess Eugenie wants to help end human trafficking. Pictured: Princess Eugenie ride in their carriage after their Royal wedding at St. George's Chapel on October 12, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson