Princess Eugenie
Princess Eugenie dyed her hair red just days before her royal wedding. Pictured: Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice drive a Mini in front of Brandenburg Gate as they promote the GREAT initiative on Jan. 17, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Getty Images/Chris Jackson

Princess Eugenie dyed her hair red ahead of her big day.

In the photos shared by Express, the next royal bride was photographed with a new hair color. Princess Eugenie appeared to have had a spray tan. In the snaps, the 28-year-old royal showed off her slender figure and legs in a dark purple coat dress which was pinned in around the waist. She paired her getup with black wedges and handbag.

Princess Eugenie stepped out with a minimal makeup. Her new hairstyle seems to be a nod to her mom, Sarah Ferguson, who is popular for her red hair.

In fact, even Princess Diana referred to Ferguson as "redhead." The late Princess of Wales reportedly called Richard Kay even before Ferguson's toegate photos on the tabloids.

"The redhead's in trouble," Princess Diana said.

In related news, Ferguson may break tradition at Princess Eugenie's wedding. Normally, important guests are tasked to deliver a speech during the reception but not the bride's mom. However, there are rumors that the Duchess of York "could break from tradition and give a speech."

Ferguson is keen to return to the royal fold. According to royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, the Duchess of York has made "seismic effort," but her toegate scandal is not easy to forget.

"Sarah Ferguson has made a seismic effort to regain some of the royal favour she so catastrophically lost," Fitzwilliams said. "This wedding is her chance to excel and she will be seated with the family. No one has forgotten the past, but on this occasion, she will be feted as the mother of the bride."

Fitzwilliams also advised Princess Eugenie to choose an ideal wedding dress. The royal commentator isn't impressed with Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice's fashion. So, the next royal bride should be wise in choosing her bridal gown.

"There are members of the royal family who are style icons but this could not be said of Eugenie who has not distinguished herself in the sartorial stakes so far," Fitzwilliams said. "I think she will choose a delightful wedding dress and the wedding itself will be charming… Memories of Beatrice and Eugenie's outfits at William and Kate's wedding do die hard, so Eugenie must make sure she chooses the ideal wedding dress on her big day."

Princess Eugenie is set to walk down the aisle and tie the knot with Jack Brooksbank on Friday in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.