Princess Beatrice wore a floral ensemble as she entered the V&A Museum this evening.
The British royal, 35, posed for snaps before entering the first British exhibition dedicated to the work of French couturiers.
Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 39, attended the star-studded event alongside his wife Beatrice.
The parents took an evening off work to take a look at Gabrielle Chanel’s fashion manifesto during a private viewing.
The exhibition showcases the work of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel and the evolution of her classic design style, which continues to prevail over fashion today.
Princess Beatrice (pictured) attended a private viewing of Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel Fashion Manifesto this evening
The mother-of-one opted for a floral maxi dress from Vampire’s Wife paired with simple black heeled pumps for the evening in London.
She complemented the colorful summer outfit with a classic black clutch.
Edoardo looked dapper in a navy suit and crisp white shirt, which he accessorized casually with a pair of suede sneakers.
The star-studded event was attended by many famous attendees, including model Poppy Delevigne and actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
It comes just days after Beatrice was spotted enjoying the recent warmer days in Chelsea.
The Queen was seen leaving the exclusive Bluebird Café on Thursday last week before enjoying the final days of summer in London – albeit by talking on the phone.
The mother-of-one opted for a matching pink patterned blouse and midi skirt for her day out in Chelsea, paired with comfy beige slip-on sneakers.
Thierry Colson’s colorful, summery co-ord costs around £500 for both the skirt and top.
Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi (pictured left), 39, attended the star-studded event with his wife Beatrice
The couple posed for cameras before entering the first British exhibition dedicated to the work of the French couturier
She carried an Anya Hindmarch Walton Basket bag, which costs around £350 depending on the size.
The Queen had the accessory personalized with her initials “BMM” – Beatrice Mapelli Mozzi.
She wore her hair up in a practical bun, which is likely due to the heatwave in the UK, where temperatures have soared past 30 degrees.
The cafe appears to be a royal favorite, as Beatrice and her sister, Princess Eugenie, took their children Sienna and August there for a birthday party in May.
The restaurant started as a garage and was built in 1923 for the Bluebird Motor Company.
The exhibition followed Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel and the evolution of her classic design style, which continues to take precedence over fashion today
The mother-of-one opted for a floral maxi dress paired with simple black pumps for the evening in London
The star-studded event was attended by many famous attendees, including model Poppy Delevigne and actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Princess Beatrice was pictured at the Cornbury House Horse Trials last week as she posed for photos with founder David Howden.
The five-day international event was brought back to life by David in 2020 after an absence of several years.
Beatrice’s cousin Zara Tindall, daughter of Princess Anne, attended the trials in Oxfordshire on Thursday.
An avid sportswoman, she had a busy month participating in various competitions across the country.
The event ended Sept. 10 and she competed in the cross-country portion of the course.
Zara, who is married to former rugby player Mike Tindall, is recognized for her equestrian achievements, including winning gold at the 2006 World Equestrian Games.