On Wednesday evening Princess Beatrice ventured out and joined her cousin, Prince William at the Centrepoint 50th Anniversary Gala. The 31-year-old dressed to impress despite the cold weather, wearing a beautiful embroidered Cynthia Rowley dress. The pretty frock was covered in elaborate floral detail and she added a simple black blazer, tights and funky pair of Zara boots. All these items are sadly past-season buys, but we have found some great alternatives - keep scrolling! We also spied that the redhead royal pushed her famous hair back with a stunning headband. The black design featured an abundance of gems and was quite the crowning glory.
Beatrice looked gorgeous in her latest outfit
It appears that the royal family are really loving headbands right now - in particular the Duchess of Cambridge. The mother-of-three has been rocking the accessory for quite a few years now, even before they were en Vogue.
Beatrice wore past season buys - a Cynthia Rowley dress and Zara boots
From wearing them to church, to rocking seriously elaborate ones to royal events, she has amassed a seriously impressive collection.
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One of our favourites she has worn this year was at the christening of her nephew Archie Harrison. Kate looked incredible in official photographs, wearing a lovely pink dress by Stella McCartney.
But it was her headband that hit headlines; her famous locks were held in place by a velvet plaited pink design by Juliette Botterill Millinery, which totally matched her red Gianvito Rossi shoes.
Newly-engaged Beatrice first sported the pretty accessory back at the MET Gala in 2018. Sarah, Duchess of York's eldest daughter dinner a stunning purple Alberta Ferretti which made her look like a Grecian goddess. The floor-sweeping gown gave her a totally classic yet regal stance, with layers of mesh and tulle. Beatrice carried a smart box clutch, added metallic strappy high heel sandals and best of all, added a selection of bedazzled headbands on her head which gave the illusion of a tiara.
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