As of now, those who the publication spoke to do not believe that the blood princesses will be on the royal payroll again, and have pointed out that they are both working women.
The black outfit was a somewhat odd choice for the scorching summer's day where a crisp white dress - like Kate's - would have been a more sensible option.
Eugenie bucked the trend for pretty florals, opting for an edgier look in a black dress with a white flower print on the bust, nipped in at the waist with a black belt.
Yet, neither Beatrice nor Eugenie have acted in any sort of apprehensible way.
It is unfortunate for them that they appear to be paying for the sins of their parents.
Elsewhere, Kate, 35, stunned in a bespoke lace dress by her favourite designer Alexander Mc Queen, complete with a matching hat.
Meanwhile, Her Majesty defied the bookies' predictions that she'd wear blue by making her entrance in vivid green.
When Prince Philip made the announcement that he was going to step away from a public life, many wondered if Queen Elizabeth was going to go to her events alone.
Although she recently visited with victims of the Manchester bombing on her own, she now has a plus one to mark off on every invitation–her second son, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York.
In October, reported that Prince Andrew wrote a sharply worded letter to his mother, the Queen of England, imploring her to once again put his two daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, back on the royal payroll.
He called them the two “blood princesses,” hinting that they deserved the same royal treatment as Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, a commoner who married into royalty.
Queen Elizabeth II was joined by Prince Andrew and the King of Bahrain, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa at the Royal Windsor Horse Show pic.twitter.com/6a M2HSHI5t — Royal Women (@vaninaswchindt) May 13, 2017, the Queen made some of her own adjustments.