Princess Eugenie may have just learned one of life’s biggest lessons and is now facing repercussions for her actions. Little did she know that one small act could land her in hot water quicker than she could blink.
Queen Elizabeth’s 28-year-old granddaughter has made quite an “uh-oh” that has never been done before.
Several months ago, she boldly made the decision to go against the royal norm and create her own public Instagram account. She isn't overly active on this social media site but does keep her devout fans pleased by popping up some sentimental memories or momentous occasions from time to time.
On June 9, she wanted to mark a happy day for her father where she posted an image of him proudly posed before his first Trooping the Colour as a Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.
She wrote: “A wonderful and proud day celebrating Her Majesty’s birthday and @hrhthedukeofyork for his first Trooping the Colour as Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.”
It was a wonderful gesture for a loving daughter to do, wouldn’t you think? Well, the gesture got a lot of attention, and not necessarily the best kind.
The image was taken in a part of Buckingham Palace that is not permitted for the public to see. That little bit of information went seemingly unnoticed by her in her innocent post, but she ended up getting herself in a bit of “hot water” over it.
Eugenie opened up to sources: “I recently got in trouble for posting a picture of Papa in a corridor of the palace that was off-limits to the public.”
We’re not exactly sure just what kind of trouble she found herself in, but it’s safe to say that an error like this won’t be happening again anytime soon!