Britain's Princess Eugenie partied until 4am on Wednesday morning. The 18-year-old royal spent the evening at the exclusive Boujis nightclub in London's South Kensington district, and emerged in the early hours looking tired.
Wearing a dark blue knee-length coat, brown leather bag and black boots the princess climbed into a waiting taxi before being whisked home.
Earlier in the day, Eugenie - wearing the same outfit she later sported to the club - attended the unveiling of a three-meter statue in honor of her great-grandmother the Queen Mother.
The ceremony was at midday, and Eugenie was joined by a host of other royals including Queen Elizabeth, her father Prince Andrew, uncle Prince Charles and cousins Princes William and Harry.
The bronze monument shows the Queen Mother - who died in 2002 aged 101 - standing below a statue of her husband King George V1. In the carving the royal is 51, the age she was when her husband died.
Meanwhile, a picture of Eugenie's sister Princess Beatrice making her movie debut has been released. The 20-year-old royal briefly stars as a lady-in-waiting in "The Young Victoria," in which Emily Blunt stars as the famous British queen.
A source said: "Beatrice's part has been cut, as is the case with a lot of smaller parts. It's all a bit blink-and-you'll-miss-it. She goes past very quickly."
Beatrice's mother Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, came up with the idea for the film, and is an executive producer. The princess enjoyed filming her scene, which sees her wearing a beautiful corseted period costume, complete with sculpted hair.
She told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "It was tiring and I was freezing cold but I absolutely loved it. I am so excited about it."