On Wednesday evening, Princess Beatrice hot-footed it to a fabulous dinner to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of one of the world’s oldest and most luxurious shopping destinations - The Burlington Arcade. Joining a glittering guest-list including Sir Michael Caine, Bill Wyman and Marissa Montgomery, the daughter of Prince Andrew looked amazing in a sleek black mini dress which showed off her shapely pins. Showing that accessories really do make an outfit, the royal carried her favourite Gucci bag that had a glitter bumble bee clasp and added black high heel shoes and a red duster jacket.
Beatrice looked beautiful at the The Burlington Arcade (©Dave Benett)
If the jacket looks familiar, that's because not only has the royal worn it before - but so has her little sister Princess Eugenie. Back in December at a film premiere, the newlywed wore the red coat, which is by Galvan and had a price tag of £700.
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The red hot number is past-season buy and as the sisters look to be the same dress size - and are very close - so why wouldn't they share it? We all know the royals are notoriously thrifty with their clothes, so doubling up fits in with their ethos perfectly.
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Beatrice also wore the hair accessory of the moment - a headband - as she enjoyed a champagne reception, before a sumptuous three course dinner.
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Also at the event was Jo Malone CBE, who actually used to be the Princess's mother Sarah Ferguson's facialist! As told in her autobiography Jo Malone, My Story, the Bexleyheath-born perfume guru opened her own skincare clinic at the age of 21 and spoke of a "spirited redhead" who decided to give her a helping hand.
She said: "Sarah Ferguson had been coming to me for treatments for years. When I first met her, before she was engaged to Prince Andrew, she lived in Clapham, South London. She was down to earth and had a wicked sense of humour that often left me in stitches" she revealed. Who would have thought it, eh?