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Princess Eugenie Is Moving To New York!

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Earlier this year, the Daily Mail reported that Princess Eugenie would be swapping her life in London for New York after landing a job at an art auction house.

With her move date looming (the Mail reports that it is just "weeks away") - what exactly will Eugenie be doing in the Big Apple and more importantly, how will her mother Sarah and sister Beatrice cope without her on nights out at LouLous?

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The job?
Eugenie is moving to work at Paddle8 - an auction house owned by Alexander Gilkes. However - this isn't just any old auction house. Gilkes is an ex-Etonian who is good pals with Princes William and Harry and the Middleton family. His brother Charlie owns the royal family's favourite hangout Maggies - yep, this man is well connected.

It's not clear what Genie's new role will entail, but let's hope it's more than just answering the phone/making the tea/going to Starbucks. She's got a degree in Art History to make use of!

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The friends?
The 23 year-old princess will probably stay close to Gilkes and his New York social circle at first and hurrah! Pippa Middleton loves to hang out in Manhattan (especially if there's a tennis match to watch or shopping to be done). Then there are the queen bees of the Hamptons (who will be back in the city now summer's over) - the likes of Lauren Bush Lauren, Hilary Rhoda and the Hiltons. Who wouldn't be delighted to have a royal BFF!

The home?
Eugenie's new office is based in New York's Soho district, but it's more likely she'll live in the city's most expensive area - the Upper East Side. Think Blair Waldorf's apartment in Gossip Girl.

The hangouts?
Now that she's a few thousand miles away from her favourite London hotspots, Genie will have to find new places to socialise in. After-work cocktails at Soho House or The Standard are sure to be high on the agenda in her first few weeks in the city. We'll keep you posted.

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