Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi joined Kate, Princess of Wales and Prince William in carriage two for the royal procession at Royal Ascot earlier today.
The York Princess wore a gorgeous lace floral dress believed to be from Monique Lhuillier. It is the long sleeve lace midi dress, in silk white/multicolour and priced at £2,705.63 or $3,440, and is new to her wardrobe.
According to the website description, it is a printed floral guipure lace long-sleeve midi dress with a jewel neckline and detached slip. Whilst Beatrice chose the midi-length dress, the same style comes in a mini dress.
The designer is said to be inspired by artful femininity when it comes to designing clothes.
In terms of accessories, she chose a new ivory clutch bag from Anya Hindmarch – the Pearls Maud Clutch in recycled satin ivory which is priced at £475.
The website describes the clutch as: “This classic recycled satin evening bag features a gold frame with our signature luxurious suede lining. It’s large enough to hold all your need for the evening, including your phone.
“The Pearls Maud Clutch comes with a detachable chain strap so it can also be worn across the body or on the shoulder.”
The Princess also chose her pair of Gianvito Rossi 105 Pink Satin Pumps, which are still available to buy for £595.
These heels have an “iconic and minimalist style” and are “expertly designed in Italy from lux satin”. The shoes “feature a pointed toe, showcasing modern timelessness”.
In terms of hat, Beatrice chose the Seraphina style from JBH Milinery – which is a sustainable milliner – and it is priced at £510. It is made in ivory and silver sparkle sinamay disc with silk flower detail.
Royal fans loved Beatrice’s outfit. One commented: “She’s been hitting outta the ball park in her fashion styling! Kudos! She and her sister need to be appointed as working royals!! Perhaps William might in his time?”
Another wrote: “STUNNING. I think is my favorite 2023 Royal Ascot look.” A third posted on Instagram: “So elegant! Love the lace details.” Someone else said: “This is such a pretty dress!” Whilst one said Beatrice looked “gorgeous”.