Princess Eugenie shared a sweet snap that shows how she flossed, amid rumors that her wedding will have a fair theme.
The real, 28, published the photo of childhood on Instagram, which subtitled: "really great moments in life!"
The cute picture shows Eugenie, four years old, dressed in a plaid blazer and jodhpurs, tucking her cotton yarn while at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in 1994.
The post comes just a month before Eugenie marries her wine fiancé Jack Brooksbank, 32, in St George's Chapel, at Windsor Castle, the same place Prince Harry and Meghan got married in May. .
Princess Eugenie has shared a sweet kickback kiss showing her flossing at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in 1994, at the age of four (above)
More details about the wedding have sprung up over the past week, with Peregrine Armstrong-Jones – the party planner behind the Beckham's lavish wedding – hired to arrange the coupe's reception.
Sources have suggested that the reception at the Royal Lodge, the Yorks' residence in Windsor, will be a relaxed event with a "festival and party" theme.
"After the most formal celebration at Windsor Castle on Friday, Saturday's party will be a relaxed party," the informant told the Sunday Times.
"There will be dodgems and rides, coconut boots, lots of food stalls, lots of cocktails, bloody Marys for hangovers and a festive atmosphere."
It comes amid rumors that Eugenie, 28, and her fiancé in the wine business Jack Brooksbank, 32 (pictured after the announcement of their engagement in January) are going to have a thematic reception from & # 39; festival and party & # 39;
Meanwhile, it was revealed that Eugenie and Jack's wedding will officially be larger than Harry and Meghan when it comes to guest lists.
It is believed that the couple invited more than 850 guests, which means that additional chairs should be brought to the chapel, with capacity for 800 people.
In comparison, Harry and Meghan invited only 600 guests to their wedding at the same place in May.
It is also believed that the couple chose a more formal dress code than the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
It is believed that Eugenie and Jack (photographed at Charlie Van Straubenzee's wedding in August) chose a more formal dress code than Prince Harry and Meghan, and men were asked to wear morning coats.
It is also believed that the couple invited 850 guests to the ceremony in the Chapel of St. George, in contrast to the 600 invited guests by the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex (up on the day of their wedding)
It is said that they asked the men to wear morning coats for the nuptials, according to a supposed copy of the wedding invitation from Eugenie and Jack that has been published by Vanity Fair.
In contrast, Harry and Meghan gave men the option of wearing a quilt, a military uniform or a more casual lounge suit for their wedding.
Eugenie and Jack will be married on October 12 in the Chapel of St. George, which will be followed by a formal reception at Windsor Castle.
It is believed that the wedding party will take place the next day in the garden of the Royal Lodge.