Princess Beatrice of York was on fashionable form as she arrived for the Women In The World Summit on Thursday. The 27-year-old dressed to impress in a chic red gown as she joined guests including Queen Rania of Jordan and Erin O'Connor.
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Princess Beatrice of York turned heads in a fitted red dress
The stylish royal, who recently turned heads with her effortlessly chic outfits during New York Fashion Week, flawlessly transitioned into an autumn wardrobe in the eye-catching £450 red dress with three-quarter length sleeves by Milly, adding a chic black waist belt for a fitted finish. Showing off her fashion-forward style credentials, Beatrice accessorised with a black tights and ankle boots.
Fashionistas also quickly took note of the royal's personalised black clutch bag, which saw her name emblazoned in gold lettering.
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Beatrice was not the only royal to top best-dressed lists at the star-studded event, which saw fashionistas including Emilia Wickstead, Isabella Branson and Geena Davis stepping out to show their support.
Queen Rania of Jordan showed off her style credentials in a monochrome outfit
Making waves on the red carpet was Queen Rania, who pulled out all the stops in a showstopping monochrome ensemble. The mother-of-four opted for an elegant white top, paired with a black long-sleeved top with feathered detailing for a touch of high fashion.
Her accessories were just as dazzling, with the fashionable royal completing her outfit with a sparkling silver clutch, and a pair of glittering heels.
Just a few weeks ago Queen Rania was winning plaudits for the cream ensemble she wore to the Social Good Summit in New York, where she was joined by UN Goodwill Ambassador Victoria Beckham.
The elegant royal turned heads in a fitted dress paired with a belt, colour block bag and nude heels, as she spoke at the summit.
Victoria, 41, was clearly impressed with Jordan’s beautiful queen, tweeting a photograph of the pair chatting with the caption: "Beautiful, inspiring mother, @QueenRania of Jordan. #globalgoals #UNGA #action2015 @UNAIDS."