Princess Beatrice chose a fun, elegant look for the final day of the Royal Ascot.
The royal attended Day 5 of the lauded horse-racing event alongside her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi yesterday, in a surprising black-and-white look rather than the spring florals and white she wore on previous days. Beatrice’s silk-crepe polka-dot dress, designed by Saloni Lodha, featured puffed elbow-length sleeves, a keyhole neckline, and a matching belt, with three silver bow decorations down the front.
She finished the Ascot look with black pumps and a small black headpiece adorned with a white rose, while carrying a black monogrammed clutch. Mozzi chose a traditional black suit and top hat with a cream vest.
The couple represented the royal family for the final day of the event, as Queen Elizabeth opted to watch the races on television at Windsor Castle, per The Telegraph. This year marks the first time the monarch has missed the Royal Ascot since her coronation 70 years ago, due to her ongoing mobility issues.
Princess Beatrice made three trips to the Royal Ascot this year, providing a mini-fashion fair of garden looks. For Day 1, the royal glowed in a white and pink floral dress by Zimmermann, which she accessorized with pink pumps, a straw belt, and a straw clutch featuring her initials. Her headwear for the look was a shimmery headband featuring a pink bow and all-over flowers by Juliette Botterill Millinery.
On Day 2, Beatrice opted for a simple white mock-neck dress, taken in at the waist with a knee-length pleated skirt. She paired the piece with black pumps featuring a starburst decoration and silver ankle straps, a square purse, a wide-brim hat, and the event’s traditional name tag.
Her husband shared a pic from the day on Instagram, of the couple posing in front of a sculpture of a ram by artist David Williams-Ellis.
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