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Will Princess Anne's monogrammed face mask inspire Kate Middleton and the Queen?

The Queen's daughter visited Citizens Advice Harlow

The royals have been wearing some stylish face coverings during some of their public visits, but the Princess Royal has taken it one step further with her own personalised mask.

In photos shared by her patronage Citizens Advice Harlow, Princess Anne, 70, can be seen wearing a white face covering embroidered with her royal monogram with its initial A and the crown emblem (known as a coronet), above it.

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The charity tweeted: "We were delighted to welcome our Patron, HRH, The Princess Royal to @cabharlow on Friday 11th September 2020 to discuss the work we do for the #Harlow community & to present certificates to our long standing volunteers."

The Queen's only daughter, who is known for her frugal fashion sense, won praise from royal fans for her face covering on Twitter, with one calling it the "best looking mask" they'd ever seen and another describing it as "fabulous".

Citizens Advice Harlow shared photos of Princess Anne in her personalised mask

You too can have your own personalised face mask, like Princess Anne, available to buy from Etsy, with your name, initials or even Bride and Groom, if it's your wedding day.  

The £7.87 face coverings also come in a variety of colours to suit your style.

Personalised face mask, £7.87, Etsy


The Princess is not the only royal who has sported a face mask at an official engagement.

Back in August, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out wearing a pink floral mask from Amaia and the £15 item flew off the shelves.

While Kate's face covering is still sold out, there are a number of other designs available from Amaia's website, which are also stocked in kids' sizes. 

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The Duchess of Cornwall wore a face mask for the first time during a visit to the National Gallery and Boots Piccadilly store in July.

At the time she opted for a blue Liberty print covering with peacock feather detailing made by couture designer Fiona Clare. 

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