Princess Eugenie, Prince Andrew
Princess Eugenie would've loved to join Prince Andrew's engagement in Adelaide last weekend. Pictured: walks up the aisle with her father Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York, (R) to marry Jack Brooksbank during their wedding ceremony in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on October 12, 2018. Getty Images/Yui Mok/AFP

Princess Eugenie would have reportedly loved Prince Andrew’s recent engagement in Australia.

Hanna Fillingham, a journalist for Hello!, noted that Prince Andrew was in Adelaide for a three-day engagement. After arriving in Australia on Sunday, Prince Andrew attended a ceremony to honor 12 First World War airmen that had been added to the Roll of Honor at the National War Memorial.

After this, Prince Andrew went to a garden party at the Government House, and he also attended the Art Gallery of South Australia to celebrate the art festival Tarnanthi.

Prince Andrew uploaded a series of photos from his trip to Adelaide via his Instagram account. In one of the snaps, he is seen looking at various artworks. His recent trip to the gallery, in particular, would have been loved by his youngest daughter Princess Eugenie.

The 28-year-old newlywed is passionate about art, and she currently works as the director at the art gallery Hauser & Wirth. Princess Eugenie also recently showcased her artistic side when she was asked to illustrate a bag for an anti-plastic initiative. She also joined forces with Ronnie Wood and Sienna Miller at that time.

While speaking with Harper’s Bazaar, Princess Eugenie explained her love for art.

“I’ve loved art since I was very little. I knew I definitely wouldn’t be a painter, but I knew this was the industry for me. I love being able to share my passion for art with people. If someone doesn’t understand something, you have the ability to suggest, ‘Maybe you can look at it this way?’ That’s what I find most thrilling about working in a gallery,” she said.

In related news, Prince Andrew also opened the Royal Adelaide Hospital’s innovation center this past weekend. While there, he said that the government’s support is vital to keep South Australia at the forefront of the innovation.

“This is exactly what the entrepreneurial community wants, it wants governments to get behind them, to help them, to encourage them,” he said.

Prince Andrew will be in Australia until this week, and he will fly to Melbourne to complete his 9-day tour.