Princess Eugenie teams up with Sky Ocean Rescue and Project 0 alongside other celebrities to design reusable products to inspire people to #PassOnPlastic

Princess Eugenie plastic campaign Princess Eugenie has teamed up with Sky Ocean Rescue and Project 0  [Getty]

Princess Eugenie has teamed up with Sky Ocean Rescue and Project 0 to help decrease single plastic use. 

Her Royal Highness, who recently wed Jack Brooksbank, has designed her own reusable organic tote bag following research which found that six in 10 Brits think that single-use plastic will be socially unacceptable by 2021. 

Other celebrities involved in the collection are Sienna Miller, Harry Kane, Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne. 

The collection includes reusable bottles, cups, tote bags and on-the-go cutlery, all with fun and important designs. 

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The Princess of York hand painted this design  [Sky]

Princess Eugenie plastic campaign Other celebrities like Kate Moss and Fearne Cotton are also involved  [Getty]

Prices range from £25 for the reusable bottles, £17.50 for the cups and £15 for the cutlery set. 

Prince Eugenie’s product is the Inspirational Earth by Princess Eugenie of York, which is currently available online for £15.00. 

The tote bag holds the #PassOnPlastic campaign hashtag, and a logo of the world with the quote: “Built for life. Make an Impact. Health Ecosystems. Inspire change.” 

The design was hand painted by the Princess, and issues an “inspirational call for change.”

The reusable bottles have amazing designs as well    [Sky]

Fiona Ball, Sky Group Head of Inspirational Business and Sky Ocean Rescue, says: “Our new research reveals that there has never been a stronger desire from people to make positive changes to reduce their single-use plastic footprint and start saving our oceans.

“What’s more, we’re aware that increasingly people won’t accept mindless consumption of plastic. They’re ready to start taking action to solve the problem and encouraging others to do the same. 

“That’s why we are so proud to help them make these changes. We’ve partnered with Project 0 and some of the best-known names in the UK today to create a range of reusable products that not only look good but do good.”

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