By DUNCAN LARCOMBE
The Duke and Duchess of York?s younger daughter and classmates ? frolicked like nymphs? on the lawns.
Eugenie, 18, was given a severe telling off and told not to stay at school at weekends.
She has been a £23,000-a-year boarder at Marlborough College, Wilts, for five years.
A senior staff member was woken by playful shrieks and discovered about a dozen pupils dancing around in their birthday suits under the midnight moonlight in St Trinian’s-style scenes.
One pupil said last night: “It’s the talk of the college.
“The girls had been drinking, possibly in a local pub, and decided to let their hair down.
“It was a couple of weeks ago just before people started taking their A-levels and some find exams all a bit stressful. For some reason they stripped off and started prancing about.
“It was light-hearted and they were sort of frolicking like nymphs. But they got too noisy and staff discovered them.
“They had to quickly pick up their clothes and hot-foot it inside.”
There is no suggestion any boys were present or that drugs were involved.
Eugenie, who is sixth in line to the throne, is sitting A-levels in art, history of art and English.
An insider said: “She and the others were told they had to go home and only return to take their exams. There were not enough staff on Saturdays and Sundays to supervise them, and they were told they couldn’t be trusted to behave.”
Eugenie is expected to appear at Royal Ascot for the first time next week with sister Beatrice, 19.
A spokeswoman for the Duchess of York declined to comment.
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