Princess Beatrice attended her first event since saying goodbye to her beloved grandmother last week.
bea radiant! The radiant princess dons a bow-detailed black coat and green accessories as she attends a charity lunch in London in her first outing since the queen’s funeral.
- Princess Beatrice, 34, attended her first event since the queen’s funeral today.
- The mother of two looked poised at the Lady Garden Foundation Ladies Luncheon.
- She opted for a black coat with a large bow detail over the top of a green dress.
Princess Beatrice was photographed away from home today, for the first time since the end of the royal period of mourning.
The 34-year-old royal attended the Lady Garden Foundation’s eighth annual Ladies’ Luncheon at Langan’s Brasserie, in London, on Thursday.
The eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson was radiant in an understated black and green ensemble.
The mother of two opted for a black coat with two large bows in the front, over the top of a dark green dress.
Princess Beatrice, 34, attended the Lady Garden Foundation’s eighth annual Ladies’ Luncheon at Lagan’s Brasserie today, marking her first public appearance since the Queen’s funeral.
The royals were joined by jewelry designer Josephine Daniel (L) and socialite Tamara Beckwith (R) at the charity event in London.
She slipped on a pair of sleek black ankle boots and held a green alligator clutch.
Keeping her long red hair down, she donned a large velvet headband, tucking the strands behind her ears.
This was the first time Princess Beatrice has been seen in public since her grandmother’s funeral.
Beatrice was ecstatic at the lunch event, where she wore natural makeup with a hint of bronzer and mascara, sculpted brows, and nude lips.
Beatrice held a green crocodile clutch bag and slipped on a stylish pair of black ankle boots. She appears here with Lady Garden Foundation co-founder Astrid Harbord.
The Lady Garden Foundation is a national women’s health charity, raising awareness and funding for gynecological health.
The royal was joined by Lady Garden co-founder Astrid Harbord, jewelry designer Josephine Daniel and socialite Tamara Beckwith at the event.
The Princess of York has supported the charity in the past by applying to the organization under number ‘552’, at the 2017 Hyde Park event for The Lady Garden.
The royals officially came out of mourning on Tuesday, breaking their seven-day mourning period.
Princess Beatrice of Wales wore a black coat with two large black bows over a green dress.
While the royal family did carry out official duties when appropriate, they wore black as a mark of respect when out in public.
This week is back to normal with Prince William and Princess Kate of Wales spending a day in Wales.
Princess Beatrice was last seen at the queen’s funeral, where she was comforted by her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Beatrice, 34, seemed emotional as she joined her family to bid the Queen farewell at Westminster Abbey, ahead of the Funeral Service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor.
Beatrice is pictured here with her younger sister Princess Eugenie, 32, during the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Today’s event is the first time Princess Beatrice has been seen in public since her grandmother’s funeral. She appears here at Westminster Abbey before the Queen’s funeral on September 19.
Also in attendance were her younger sister Eugenie, 32, her father Prince and her mother Sarah Ferguson.
After the burial service, Beatrice, Fergie and Edoardo were photographed walking away, presumably to the nearby Royal Lodge where the Duke and Duchess of York live, despite being divorced.
In a moving moment, Edo reached out and placed his hand on his wife’s lower back in a supportive gesture.
Beatrice and Eugenie were known to be incredibly close to their grandmother, Her late Majesty, and have been seen emotionally in public ever since she passed away on September 8.