Eugenia Tymoshenko was born on 20 February 1980 to Oleksandr Tymoshenko and Yulia Tymoshenko in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. In 1994 she started studying in the United Kingdom. She is a graduate of the London School of Economics in the field of politics and philosophy; obtained bachelor's degree, Bsc "Government", master's degree, Msc "Russian and post-Soviet political studies".
According to her, she owns a restaurant and "also business in Dnipropetrovsk". She has repeatedly stated she is not going to become a politician.
Tymoshenko was married to Englishman Sean Carr (born 10 August 1968), a rock musician (leader of the British band "Death Valley Screamers"), and owner of several stores in the UK. The couple married on 1 October 2005. In December 2011, she changed her surname back from Carr to Tymoshenko. In February 2013, the couple's divorce was legally finalized. Tymoshenko in September 2012 claimed "I got divorced last year".
Since 27 December 2014, Tymoshenko is married to Ukrainian businessman Arthur Chechetkin. The couple have a daughter born in June 2016.
Tymoshenko is the president of the charitable organization Association "Social Protection" (Ukrainian: Асоціація "Соціальний захист") and co-founder of the charity children's art festival Follow Your Dream (Ukrainian: Назустріч Мрії), working with orphans and underprivileged children and promoting human rights and development of children’s talents and creativity. She is also the founder of The Voice of Peace (Ukrainian: Голос Миру), a charitable marathon in Ukraine that unites media, business, artists and public figures to volunteer to help former battalions and refugees.
Eugenia Tymoshenko was her mother's defender during the trial against her in the summer-autumn 2011. For two and a half years of the former prime minister's imprisonment Eugenia conducted an active campaign for her release: held dozens of meetings with leaders of the European Union, the Western countries and international organizations, delivered speeches in the US Senate, at the meeting of the Committee on Foreign affairs of the Italian Parliament, at the Bornholm conference in Denmark, at the 20th Congress of the European People's Party, at the congresses of the German Christian Social Union and the Italian party "The Union of Christian and Centre Democrats", in the media.
Yulia Tymoshenko was awarded the Manuel Carrasco I Formiguera medal by representatives of the Spanish political party "Unió Democràtica de Catalunya" for her contribution to the defense of democracy and freedom and the struggle for the restoration of the rule of law in Ukraine. The award was received by Eugenia Tymoshenko on behalf of her mother in Barcelona, Spain, on 11 July.
In February 2012 Eugenia Tymoshenko submitted a statement to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine to demand investigation in prison of the facts about the torture of her mother.
On 24 November 2013 Eugenia Tymoshenko made a speech on the stage on Maidan Nezalezhnosti during Euromaidan, in particular read her mother's letter addressed to the Ukrainians. On 21 February 2014 during the meeting with Vice-President of the European Parliament Gianni Pittella and Speaker of the Italian Parliament Laura Boldrini Eugenia Tymoshenko urged the European Union to immediately impose sanctions against representatives of Yanukovych's regime responsible for the bloodshed in Ukraine.
On 4 October 2014 Eugenia Tymoshenko in Milan, Italy presented the book "Ukraine, Gas and Handcuffs: The Trial of Yulia Tymoshenko", Italian: '«Ucraina, gas e manette: il processo a Yulia Tymoshenko».Author of books on political persecution of Yulia Tymoshenko at the time of the Yanukovych regime is an Italian analyst Mateo Cazzulani. The title "Ukraine, Gas and Handcuffs: The Trial of Yulia Tymoshenko" demonstrates a clear understanding that energy is the key source of Ukraine’s dependence.The author draws a clear parallel between Ukraine and the fate of Yulia Tymoshenko, who was also denied her freedom because of her fight against corruption, the oligarchy and the dependence of the Ukrainian energy sector on Russian energy.
On 20 October 2012 Eugenia Tymoshenko received Crans Montana Forum Medal for her contribution for defending democracy and human rights. The Crans Montana Forum was founded in 1986, works closely with the United Nations, UNESCO, the European Union and other institutions to ensure the stability, security and respect for human rights in the world.