Princess Beatrice looked so stylish in emerald green as she arrived at St Mary Magdalene Church in Norfolk with the Royal Family on Christmas Day
Prince Beatrice looked incredibly stylish in her festive ensemble, wowing onlookers at Sandringham on Christmas Day.
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The 34-year-old joined other members of the royal family, including her cousins Prince William and Lady Louise at St Mary Magdalene’s Church in Norfolk and she was perfectly dressed for the occasion. Beatrice wore a belted dark green coat, with a fluffy collar and sleeves, proving she is one of the royal ladies to watch for fashion fans.
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Beatrice wore her auburn hair long and loose, accessorized with a matching hat with floral embellishments.
Princess Beatrice went all out on Christmas Day
The princess can wear any color, as was proven in March when she donned a modest gray coat dress at the service of thanksgiving in honor of his late grandfather. The royal accessorized with subtle burgundy accents that elevate the look in the most unexpected way.
The other royal ladies present this morning were Princess Eugenie, Countess Sophie and the Princess of Wales. The royals all looked effortlessly stylish in their suitably warm outfits as they greeted cheering well-wishers after the morning church service.
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This afternoon King Charles IIIand his wife Queen Consort Camilla will welcome the Royal Family to their Sandringham estate, where they will gather for the Norfolk Christmas lunch for the very first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic and the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Although it is a poignant day, traditions will be upheld, and after a turkey lunch with all the trimmings, Buckingham Palace confirmed that at 3 p.m., King Charles will follow in his late mother’s footsteps and address the public with a televised speech to BBC One.
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