In the navy! Princess Beatrice exudes elegance in Jigsaw velvet blazer and satin skirt for VIP screening of pal James Blunt’s film
- Beatrice, 35, wore a blazer, jumper and skirt from high street brand Jigsaw
- READ MORE: Princess Eugenie shares intimate snaps of a beaming Zara Tindall and a hug with her ‘bestie’ at their Anti-Slavery Collective gala
Princess Beatrice beamed as she departed the premiere of James Blunt: One Brit Wonder at London’s Picturehouse Central with her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, last night.
Beatrice, 35, exuded elegance in a velvet blazer, wool blend jumper and satin skirt, all from Jigsaw, accessorising with her trusty Zara lace-up boots.
Created in a striking teal hue, the royal’s £240 Ashby blazer is designed with oversized peak lapels, contrasting satin piping and horn buttons.
Meanwhile, Edoardo, 40, appeared relaxed, donning a smart wool coat, layered over a white shirt and black jeans.
The couple joined a host of famous faces at the state-of-the-art cinema, along with James Blunt and his wife Sofia Wellesley.
Princess Beatrice beamed as she departed a London premiere with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
Princess Beatrice opted for Jigsaw’s navy satin asymmetric skirt, £125, which is cut on the bias to create a full silhouette with movement.
She paired it with a cosy crew neck jumper, also by the high street brand, made from a luxurious wool-cashmere blend in a corresponding blue hue.
The mother-of-one completed her chic ensemble with a pair of velvet Zara boots, which she has worn on four occasions dating back to 2016.
Beatrice showcased a glitzy yet understated make-up look, incorporating shimmering grey eyeshadow and a glossy nude lip, while her hair was swept back into a messy chignon.
Beatrice and Edoardo looked happier than ever as they smiled for the cameras after attending the exclusive screening of James Blunt’s documentary at Picturehouse Central.
It comes after Princess Beatrice supported her sister Princess Eugenie at her anti-slavery charity’s first Winter Gala last Thursday.
The royal perfected winter glamour, wearing her £440 black tailored crepe and chiffon midi dress by Self-Portrait to London’s Battersea Arts Centre.
She accessorised the sophisticated dress, which she wore to her grandmother Queen Elizabeth’s vigil, with a crocodile leather clutch bag and a pair of Nicholas Kirkwood snakeskin cap-toe suede pumps in black.
Beatrice, 35, exuded elegance in a velvet blazer, wool blend jumper and satin skirt, all from Jigsaw
The Princess elevated her chic ensemble with her velvet Zara boots, which she has owned since 2016
The royal couple appeared relaxed as they departed state-of-the-art cinema Picturehouse Central in London
Edoardo, 40, showcased a laidback look, comprising a smart wool coat, white shirt and black jeans
Princess Beatrice opted for a glitzy yet understated make-up look, incorporating shimmering grey eyeshadow and a glossy nude lip
Beatrice’s glamorous make-up enhanced her flawless complexion, and her tresses were styled in bouncy curls.
Meanwhile, her husband Edoardo, with whom she shares a daughter, Sienna, two, cut a sharp figure in an off-white linen tuxedo.
The couple both appeared delighted to be at the event together to support Princess Eugenie’s initiative, and they were snapped beaming as they had their pictures taken.
The Anti-Slavery Collective was established in 2017 by Princess Eugenie and her close friend Julia de Boinville.
Through the charity, the pair have worked across several sectors to help bring an end to modern slavery and also launched their podcast Floodlight, where they interview guests on how best to end the practice around the world.
To support Eugenie’s admirable pursuit, Sarah Ferguson was also in attendance – along with several famous faces.
Singer Ed Sheeran was among the guests at the glitzy event, as well as James Blunt – and even Prince Harry’s ex-girlfriend Cressida Bonas made an appearance.
Eugenie’s cousin, Zara Tindall, and fomer UK prime minister Theresa May (who was a guest on series two of Floodlight) were also among the guests.
The York trio each oozed elegance in black frocks as they smiled alongside each other, with Beatrice sporting a Self-Portrait dress with jacket detailing, while Eugenie chose a Peter Pilotto satin-effect gown with a slit in the skirt and gathering at the waist, plus gold button detailing.
Eugenie, the second child of the Duke and Duchess of York, said she had been motivated to set up the charity, which aims to end modern slavery by the humanitarian work of her mother, Sarah Ferguson.
‘My mum does a lot of charity work and always raised my sister and I to give back,’ Princess Eugenie said.
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