Princess Beatrice made a stylish appearance at Wimbledon yesterday.
The royal continued her streak of elegant summer looks while watching a match with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Michael of Kent, who is Queen Elizabeth’s cousin-in-law. For the occasion, she chose a lovely floral dress from British label The Vampire’s Wife, which is a longtime favorite of both Beatrice and her cousin-in-law Duchess Kate.
The summery white-and-pink dress features ruffles along the hem, sleeves, and neckline, while falling just above the knee. She accessorized the piece with square rattan purse and minimal jewelry, at times adding black sunglasses and a hat featuring the All England Lawn Tennis Club’s green and purple colors.
Her husband wore a coordinating white jacket over a light blue shirt and green tie, paired with navy trousers. He also gave a matching hat and sunglasses to block out the sun, with the couple making a cute pair as they reacted to the action on the court.
Friday was the couple’s second day at Wimbledon. They also made a low-key appearance on Tuesday morning, watching the quarter finals of the tennis championships outside of the Royal Box.
The royal’s floral dress calls back to her look for the first day of the Royal Ascot last month. Beatrice looked ethereal in another white and pink floral dress. She cinched the floaty Zimmermann maxi dress with a straw belt and wore matching blush pink pumps. Her accessories included a straw clutch featuring her initials “BY” for Beatrice of York, and a shimmery headband featuring a pink bow and flowers by Juliette Botterill Millinery.
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