The Princess looked elegant in the sheer maxi dress that featured a romantic blue floral and polka dot print, long sleeves, a round neckline, a ruffled silhouette, and undergarment black slip. She teamed the number with some black point-toe heels to elevate the lovely look.
The mother-of-one wore her auburn hair down loose with a dramatic side-swept parting. She opted for a natural makeup concoction, consisting of flawless porcelain skin, subtle smokey eyes and a brushed-up brow.
Fans noticed that Princess Beatrice’s dress was nearly identical to one belonging to her younger sister Eugenie. Eugenie attended the Project 0 and Sky Ocean Rescue’s ‘Pass on Plastic’ pop-up back in 2018 wearing a lookalike of the pretty dress, that featured a similar blue floral and polka dot print.
The photograph of the princess was shared by the official Instagram account of Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofa, alongside the caption: “A special thank you to Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice, a longtime activist for dyslexic minds, and to her husband Edoardo for joining us.”
The Princess looked pretty in florals
Princess Beatrice was one of the high-profile figures at the event who have dyslexia, which affects the way that people read and write.
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Beatrice was joined at the launch by Richard Branson, members of the Swedish royal family including Princess Sofia and her husband, Prince Carl Philip, who is also dyslexic.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Sofia smiled for the camera
The royal recently made another appearance wearing a sheer dress as she was spotted heading to Harry’s Bar in London. Pictured meeting a friend for dinner, the Queen’s granddaughter looked oh-so-chic as she stepped out in a gothic sheer lace dress by Hill House.
Princess Eugenie wore a similar dress to her sister’s
Adding her go-to pair of Carvela T-bar heels, she wore her glossy tresses down in loose curls and opted for a natural and dewy makeup combo.