How incredible is Princess Beatrice looking right now? The redhead royal has been wowing us with her outfits lately and on Monday afternoon, the daughter Prince Andrew didn't disappoint rocking a blooming lovely getup, which consisted of a navy blue dress, which she teamed with a check coat. She added velvet shoes and a green studded bag. Beauty wise, the 30-year-old wore her hair up in a sleek ponytail and her makeup was as natural and glowing as ever.
Beatrice looked fabulous at the show
On Saturday, the royal was widely regarded as one of the best-dressed guests at the wedding of Lady Gabriella Windsor, rocking a navy blue, lace tiered midi dress which featured sheer panelling and a revealing crossed neckline. Beatrice kept her look ultra-chic with minimal accessories and a sleek ponytail hairstyle. The dress is actually by royal favourite designer Self-Portrait, and is available online for £370; not a bad price-tag considering.
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Later in the evening, Princess Eugenie's big sister changed into a bright green frock - by the same designer - for the wedding reception. In pictures which appeared on The Daily Mail, B's floor-skimming number had a shirt-style collar, guipure lace overlay and looked seriously romantic. The royal accessorised to perfection, teaming the frock with high heel shoes and a coordinated green studded clutch bag. The fancy design is part of the brand's Spring/Summer 2019 collection and set her back £400. It's currently available online at Harrods and we think it's going to be a big hIt at weddings this summer….
Beatrice looked stunning at Lady Gabriella Windsor's wedding
The Duchess of Cambridge also wore Self-Portrait back in 2016, sparking a major sell out in the white lace maxi dress, which she wore to the A Street Cat Named Bob premiere.
Beatrice changed into THIS dress, £400, Self Portrait
Again, it had some revealing details, including an incredible leg split that looked ultra-glamorous on the red carpet.
The Duchess of Sussex has also chosen to wear the designer's dresses on a couple of occasions, perhaps most memorably at an Invictus Games reception before her royal wedding.