Princess Beatrice looked incredibly stylish and elegant as she attended a glamorous event on Monday evening with her partner, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. The couple made their appearance at The Twenty Two Hotel in Grosvenor Square, London, for an exclusive dinner. Princess Beatrice wore a beautiful silk dress designed by the renowned French brand, Chloe.
The dress, priced at £1,830, was a charming and playful mini dress with delicate frills. It featured a vibrant artistic print, incorporating bohemian botanical patterns and abstract eyes resembling oyster shells. With its mock neckline, angelic ruffled sleeves, and a lovely tiered skirt, the dress exuded a timeless sense of luxury. To complement her ensemble, Princess Beatrice chose a pair of Chanel slingback pumps.
The shoes, named ‘Laminated Lambkin & Grosgrain Beige & Black,' had an understated elegance with a slender heel, which added sophistication to the princess's feminine attire.
After the private event, Princess Beatrice and her husband left hand-in-hand, and she changed her hairstyle from a relaxed up-do to cascading waves, allowing her auburn hair to flow freely. Admirers of royal fashion wasted no time in praising Princess Beatrice's unique and stylish ensemble on social media. One fan described it as a cute outfit for a summer date night and expressed joy at seeing Beatrice and Edoardo enjoying their evening out. Another fan enthusiastically commended her fashion sense, giving her outfit a perfect score. A third fan even declared it as their favorite dress, aside from her wedding dress.
Princess Beatrice has a penchant for ruffled dresses and feminine silhouettes, and it's no surprise given how well they suit her. Last year, she made a stunning appearance at Wimbledon wearing a pink floral dress by The Vampire's Wife. She paired the dress's romantic frilled sleeves with a sleek straight hairstyle. Edoardo also looked effortlessly stylish, wearing a crisp cream blazer and well-fitted navy suit trousers as they stepped out on Centre Court.
Princess Beatrice and Edoardo, a property developer, announced their engagement in Italy in September 2019. Departing from the traditional grandeur associated with royal weddings, the couple pleasantly surprised their royal supporters by organizing a discreet and socially-distanced ceremony at Royal Lodge, Windsor, on 17 July 2020 amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. The guest list was limited to their immediate family members, making it one of the rare instances since 1960 where a royal wedding was not televised.