Princess Eugenie hopes son August 'will make a difference'
Eugenie shared a photograph of the two women to her Instagram page, urging her followers to send their inspirational stories and pictures. The Queen's granddaughter wrote: "My mum and sister inspire me every day.
“To celebrate International Women's Day next week, I'd love to share some stories of the women who inspire you.
“So please send me your stories and pictures (as a direct message on here) and on Monday I'll share a collection and we can celebrate the incredible roles women have played all over the world."
Earlier this week, Eugenie spoke candidly about her hopes for her son’s future.
She and husband Jack Brooksbank welcomed their son August Philip Hawke to the world on February 9.
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In an interview with Tania Bryer for an upcoming episode of CNBC’s Finding Solutions, the Princess said she hopes her son can live in a world where change can be made.
In a sneak peek video of the interview, Ms Bryer asked Eugenie: "And what kind of world do you want your child to grow up in, how do you want to inspire the next generation?"
Princess Eugenie replied: "I think my child hopefully will be one of those people who will continue to see the world as a place that can be changed.
"I would love people to continue to have hope that we can make a difference.
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"I hope that the world will be a place where my child can have hope and continue to know that they can make a big difference."
The royal also discussed her work to fight modern slavery with her charity the Anti Slavery Collective.
She explained how the idea behind the charity came about, as well as its goals.
Eugenie said: "We launched about three years ago now and it came because my best friend Jules and I went with my mum, actually who you know very well, to India back in 2011, and we met this amazing group of people called the Women's Interlink Foundation.
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"We learned from them just the extent of what modern slavery is, this term that is used. And we kind of came back to England and we were like, right, we're going to do something about this, let's just become like secret spies and learn everything we can about the modern slavery world, and we took meetings with anyone who would possibly talk to us, and we created The Anti-Slavery Collective from that. "
Asked what the biggest issues in the fight against modern slavery today were, the Princess said: "The fact that it's very much a hidden crime, it's something that people might not be necessarily aware of, it’s maybe in your nail bar, or at your car wash, or your clothes you're wearing. "