Princess Eugenie has revealed that she has a new tattoo.
Eugenie, 32, was photographed in a bright orange dress with short sleeves at the event and in one close-up photo, a small black circle could be seen behind her ear.
Eugenie is not the first member of the royal family to get a tattoo.
Lady Amelia Windsor, who is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent, the Queen’s cousin, has previously been photographed revealing a heart-shaped tattoo on her rib cage and a tiger on her shoulder blade.
Meanwhile, back in 1862, Albert, the Prince of Wales, had a Jerusalem Cross tattooed on his arm on a visit to Isreal.
Two decades later, his son, King George V, had a tattoo of a dragon and a tiger inked on each of his arms on a trip to Japan.
At the service, Eugenie attended with her husband Jack Brooksbank.
On Friday, the Princess shared a touching tribute to her grandmother, the Queen, in honour of her 70th year on the throne.
On Instagram, she posted a photo of her family waving at the Queen’s platinum jubilee flyover.
Eugenie was pictured standing with Brooksbank, 36, who is holding their one-year-old son August.
The trio were standing on a London rooftop waving to the aircraft, at what appeared to be a jubilee celebration party.