Princess Eugenie of York, 32, was visiting Mexico, specifically in Guadalajara, Jalisco, accompanied by the aristocrat son of Queen Camilla, Tom Parker Bowles.
According to reports, the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II was accompanied by Camilla’s son, artist Mark Bradford, the Hauser & Wirth gallery team and Viviana Kuri, director of the Zapopan Art Museum. They all enjoyed a Mexican evening after the opening of the exhibition The Underdogs.
Tom Parker Bowles and Princess Eugenie in Mexico.
A person close to the trip revealed that Princess Eugenie of York along with Tom Parker Bowles were delighted by the gastronomic delights they sampled at the museum.
“The princess was charming, kind, generous, funny, simple… really incredible,” the informant revealed to the portal ‘Quién’.
Prince Harry’s cousin spent several days in the capital of Jalisco, where she was supervising the assembly of the exhibition of the artist Mark Bradford and took the opportunity to visit several points of artistic interest.
It is said that the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew was kind to people who asked to take pictures with her, although she was surprised that they knew who she was in Mexico.
Eugenie of York in Mexico City
Princess Eugenie of Guadalajara traveled to Mexico City to be part of Zona Maco, one of the most established fairs in Latin America.
Eugenia stayed at the best place in the Mexican capital: the Condesa DF hotel, according to the informant “she was going to stay four nights, but asked to stay one more night”. She also revealed that she did not stay in the most expensive room, that she did not have a security team and that her breakfasts were yogurt and fruit.