Princess Beatrice stepped out in a truly show-stopping gown on Thursday evening, and fans of the royal's are already hailing the outfit as “her best yet”.
The Queen's granddaughter - and Prince Andrew's eldest child - dazzled in a billowing, sequined gown for 'The Alchemist's Feast'; the inaugural summer party and fundraiser held in honour of the National Gallery's Bicentenary campaign, NG200.
Beatrice, 33, joined a whole host of well-known faces, including actor Sienna Miller, designer Sabine Getty and model Lara Stone, in the floor-skimming pale green gown for the star-studded event.
The Markarin gown, which retails for £3,950, boasts a shimmering soft sage green hue, an open-back, a V-neckline, long balloon sleeves and a black belted waistline.
One fan commented on social media that the glamorous ensemble was “perhaps her best look yet,” and they weren’t the only one.
“Beatrice looks stunning!!!” wrote another user. “Perhaps her most stunning evening look to date.”
Other fans noted how Beatrice’s style has changed over the years, and declared that the royal is “coming into her own”.
“This. Is. Stunning,” they added.
“[Beatrice] has finally found her own style and it's killing it!” wrote another fan. “She has been consistently delivering perfect outfits lately and this one is no exception.”
The mother-of-one matched her coordinating headband to the black sash that cinched around her waist, and accessorised with a white diamond Swarovski Caviar Crystal Lee Pouchet by Tyler Ellis and oval diamond drop earrings which added even more sparkle to her glamorous outfit.
Her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, whom she married in a secret ceremony in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, matched her glamour in a classic black suit which he matched with black patent shoes, a white shirt, and black bowtie.
A welcome and glamorous night out for the new parents, in contrast to Beatrice's upcoming trip to Glastonbury this weekend.
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