Princess Eugenie might not be taking on as many royal duties as her cousins the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry (she has a full-time job, after all), but she still takes time to join forces with causes that are close to her heart. Recently, she partnered with End the Silence, a charity that aims to raise awareness and funds for eight million children locked away in orphanages without love, family, and music. For the occasion, Eugenie joined the likes of Noel Gallagher, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, and Paloma Faith, and she shared the song that holds the most precious memory of her childhood.
Speaking of how her mother used to sing "Daydream Believer" by The Monkees on long car journeys, the 27-year-old royal said: "Growing up, I used to get really car sick. I always remember coming to the last moment of getting there, and I'd be like 'how long until we get there?' Everyone in the car would be like 'it's just around the corner', and then I'd get really sick, and they'd turn this on and say 'cheer up sleepy Jean'. My mum sang it, my friends sang it, everyone." Watch the full video above and have a look at all the times Eugenie and Beatrice made us wish we had a sister.