Princess Beatrice Brings the Color in a Hot Pink Dress at King Charles's Coronation
Princess Beatrice brought all the color to King Charles III's coronation.
The royal was photographed entering Westminster Abbey in London alongside husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi this morning. They walked into the service with Princess Eugenie, her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and Prince Harry.
For the grand occasion, Beatrice wore a hot pink dress with dramatic puff sleeves and a built-in belt. She further elevated the look with a golden headband and matching clutch, with beige suede pumps, gold bracelets and rings, and hoop earrings featuring pink sapphire, rubellite, and pink opal, by Garrard.
Edoardo, next to her, looked elegant in a classic black suit and white dress shirt. He was see embracing Harry as they walked into the Abbey for the coronation ceremony. The Duke of Sussex wore a black suit and was photographed smiling widely next to his relatives.
Eugenie wore an elegant navy blue ensemble, contrasting her sister's.
Beatrice and her husband share 1-year-old daughter Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi. Edoardo is also dad to son Christopher Woolf from his previous relationship to architect Dara Huang.
The coronation of King Charles is taking place today, Saturday, May 6. Camilla, Queen Consort, will also be coronated alongside her husband. Following the main ceremony, there will be two more days of coronation festivities: a Coronation Big Lunch and Coronation Concert on Sunday, May 7, and a nationwide volunteering event called The Big Help Out on Monday, May 8.
Beatrice, sister Eugenie, and other members of the royal family—including Prince William and Princess Catherine—are set to attend.
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