Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice Coordinate in Breezy Spring Looks for Coronation Big Lunch
Princess Beatrice and Princes Eugenie joined in the celebrations this afternoon following King Charles III's coronation.
The sisters attended the Coronation Big Lunch in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire. There, they were spotted greeting and taking photos with members of the public before watching a performance by a local dance troupe.
Beatrice wore a dark blue, double-breasted blazer over a white blouse and a blue-and-white floral maxi skirt, finishing the outfit off with beige sandals with a bumblebee decoration. Eugenie chose a white gown with black detailing, featuring a deep-V neckline and short puff sleeves. She completed her look with a pair of black pointed-toe flats, and wore her hair half-up, half-down.
The princesses meet with members of the community enjoying the lunch on the village green, including the event organizers and representatives from All Together Community, a group that runs a community fridge and distributes food to vulnerable members of the public. They took time to thank volunteers from the organization, which delivered over 10,000 food parcels for those in need during the COVID-19 lockdown in the United Kingdom.
Eugenie is currently expecting her second child with husband Jack Brooksbank. When asked how she felt, the royal joked, "A bit pregnant–I can get people out of the way with my bump."
Yesterday, the princesses attended King Charles's coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey, where they were photographed walking in alongside Brooksbank, Beatrice's husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, and cousin Prince Harry. Eugenie wore an elegant navy dress with a matching round hat and navy sandals, adding a large diamond collar necklace and diamond drop earrings by Garrard.
Beatrice chose a hot pink dress with dramatic puff sleeves and a built-in belt, elevating the look with a tufted gold headband and matching clutch, beige pumps, an array of gold jewelry, and hoop earrings featuring pink sapphire, rubellite, and pink opal, by Garrard.
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