Princess Beatrice, 34, looked effortlessly cool by dressing down for the hot weather at the Glastonbury Festival in June.
The Princess of York wore a black denim mini skirt and top, along with her Adidas trainers and a crossbody bag.
The mother of one donned Adidas Originals Superstar trainers with the recognisable triple stripe which cost £90, while her casual black skirt had a stylish button-up design.
Beatrice chose her Rebecca Minkoff “Mini M.A.C.” crossbody bag for the festival. She also wore it at Glastonbury in 2022.
Princess Eugenie, Prince Harry, and King Charles have all been spotted attending Glastonbury in the past, proving that the Princess enjoys the music festival just as much as many other royals.
Princess Olympia of Greece was also spotted at the festival in 2023.
Princess Beatrice unquestionably embodies the Glastonbury aesthetic by dressing casually in mini dresses and trainers.
She was spotted in 2022 sporting white trainers with both a Zimmermann military dress and a River Island denim dress.
The royal has recently had a number of stylish moments, including a stunning appearance at Royal Ascot with Princess Kate while donning a stunning lace Monique L’Huillier outfit.
She completed her look with a JBH Millinery hat, nude Gianvito Rossi satin shoes, and an Anya Hindmarch clutch bag.
Beatrice and Edoardo arrived beside Prince William and Princess Kate in a carriage, which delighted followers of royal fashion.
Kate looked chic in a red Alexander McQueen dress for the racing event.
One fan wrote of Beatrice’s look on Instagram: “She’s been hitting it outta the ballpark in her fashion styling! Kudos!
“She and her sister need to be appointed as working royals! Perhaps William might in his time?”
Another added: “Beatrice is the style star of Royal Ascot! The dress and accessories are perfect. Her hair, jewellery and makeup are absolutely gorgeous!”
Many people have noticed Beatrice’s fashion choices in recent years.
The mother of one has expanded her wardrobe with a variety of cutting-edge pieces, selecting designers like The Vampire’s Wife, Self-Portrait, and Beulah London.