Looking regal in red, Princess Anne paid a visit to St Barnabas Church of England Primary School in Worcester on Friday, where HRH planted a tree as part of The Queen's Green Canopy initiative.
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Dressed for autumn, the Princess Royal wore an on-trend blue and green tartan dress for her latest appearance, wrapping up warm in a red button-up coat complete with navy gloves.
Princess Anne visited a school in Worcester on Friday
Accessorising with a gold brooch, demure dangly earrings and a pair of black loafers, Anne modelled her signature updo and opted for natural and dewy makeup – lovely.
Sharing a number of sweet photos from the visit, the Royal Family's official Twitter account recapped the day's events.
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The royal met with teachers and pupils at the school
"The Princess spoke to teachers and pupils at the school, and heard how the children are encouraged to engage with nature and the world around them," read the caption.
Princess Anne has been busying attending a number of engagements this week, as she recently completed her whistle-stop, two-day royal visit to Paris.
Princess Anne recently completed her whistle-stop, two-day royal visit to Paris
On Monday afternoon, fresh from a morning at the Longchamp Racecourse, the mother-of-two looked incredible as she met with UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay and participated in the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of UNESCO.
We loved the 71-year-old's getup. Wearing a gorgeous chocolate brown suit, which consisted of a sleek blazer and a pencil skirt, she polished off the look with a fabulous pair of suede, knee-high boots that featured fringe detailing at the calves. Adding a necktie, black leather gloves and a lovely tan handbag, the Princess was a picture of poise.
Her hair as always was teased up in her signature updo for the trip, and Jessica Patching, founder of Marla Hair gave us an insight into the history of her iconic mane.
"Princess Anne has always worn her hair in a classic 1920's style throughout her whole royal working life,” she said. “From French pleats to twisted updos, each style she has worn has had lots of volume from the roots and [is] usually brushed back off her face. With each style, she has worn it so very elegantly and gracefully."
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