Although Daur uploaded snapshots to Instagram, Eugenie hasn't posted any content from her visit. Instead, the princess decided to honor her late grandmother Queen Elizabeth on the anniversary of her death.
"Thinking of you today. Missing you so much but remembering what a life of service, love and dedication to everyone and to your family, who loved you so very much. Forever grateful to you. And always in my heart," Eugenie shared in an emotional social media post.
Eugenie and her sister, Princess Beatrice, have kept a low profile since the birth of Eugenie's son Ernest and Sarah Ferguson's mastectomy.
On Thursday, September 14, the two sisters attended the Vogue World: London 2023 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London — Eugenie's first public outing since giving birth. However, similar to her Kenyan adventure, Brooksbank wasn't with the princess.
The event celebrated the U.K. and the uniqueness of British fashion.
Guest will "experience a host of performances from leaders across the entertainment world, culminating with a live runway show with models wearing highlights from the fall 2023 collections," Vogue said in a statement prior to the event. The publication called the soirée an "ode to Britain's rich culture."
Since Eugenie is 11th in line for the throne, she has been a vocal supporter of British history and the monarchy on Instagram. During King Charles' coronation, the royal used the platform to applaud her uncle for ascending to the throne.
"Yesterday meant so much to me, as I'm sure it did to so many watching. What a magical celebration for The King, The Queen, our country, and the Commonwealth. The day was such a reflection of dedication and service to our country," she wrote.
"Harry & Meghan have so much support! The U.K. media are trying to get everyone to hate them we don’t! We hate the treatment from certain family members and them being in cahoots with the media! Thanks for standing by Harry," a social media user penned.
Eugenie's spotting was reported by The Express.