Princess Eugenie drew parallels with Meghan Markle when she visited a community kitchen this week, something the Duchess of Sussex frequently did as a working royal.
The Princess of York and her friend Julia de Boinville co-founded the Anti-Slavery Collective in 2017, and they visited the Bramber Bakehouse in East Sussex together on Monday.
The Anti-Slavery Collective wrote on Instagram: "An award-winning charity and valued partner supporting women who’ve experienced abuse, exploitation or displacement with the confidence, skills and knowledge for a positive future.
"The Bramber Bakehouse supports female survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery.
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"The programme is designed to give women the confidence, knowledge and skills for a positive future.
"Globally one in three women have experienced gender-based violence in their lifetime, and women and girls represent 65 percent of all trafficked victims worldwide.
"Bramber Bakehouse breaks cycles of poverty, violence and disadvantage once and for all."
Eugenie's visit is reminiscent of the Duchess of Sussex's appearance at the Grenfell community kitchen in 2018.
Meghan grew close to survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire
Meghan launched the Together cookbook with the Grenfell survivors
Princess Eugenie founded The Anti Slavery Collective with Julia de Boinville
The Duchess spoke about how she would visit the community kitchen and help cook meals, which eventually led to the Together cookbook being launched - a series of recipes written by survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Princess Eugenie is now performing the same type of engagement as Meghan by visiting the Bramber Bakehouse.
This organisation provides therapeutic baking sessions and teaches people transferrable skills that will help them rebuild their lives.