Princess Beatrice looks the epitome of chic on Christmas Day

She opted for a navy look at Sandringham

Princess Beatrice joined her family at Sandringham for the annual Christmas Day church service and looked wonderfully festive. Stepping out, she opted for a stunning navy buttoned coat by Claire Mischevani - one of her go-to designers. To complete the look she went for heeled suede boots, an oversized hat and pair of leather gloves to keep warm.

Leaving her gorgeous auburn hair down, she went for a low-key beauty look. Her porcelain skin was utterly flawless, with just a bit of highlighter and subtle blush to bring out her features. Her eyes were natural with large lashes and a little bit of liner to frame them and she simply wore her lips with a swipe of balm on them. 


Princess Beatrice, joined by Autumn Phillips, wore a navy buttoned coat by Claire Mischevani

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Joined by her sister, Princess Eugenie, as well as well as her grandmother, the Queen, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex - they really did prove a stylish family. Meghan decided to dress her bump in Victoria Beckham while the newly married, Princess Eugenie, stunned in red. 

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In recent years, Princess Beatrice's style has really evolved. Never one to shy away from pattern or colour, the 30-year-old has really found what suits her and fans can't get enough. Back in October, at the wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, Beatrice looked beautiful dressed in a stylish and sophisticated royal blue skirt suit. But what we particularly love about her attitude to fashion is that despite being able to wear any designer she likes, she's a fan of highstreet too. Just this month, at the Queen's annual pre-Christmas lunch, Princess Beatrice opted for a River Island checked coat and that's pretty cool by our standards. 

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