Princess Beatrice appeared to be absorbed in something on her phone as she strolled around Chelsea in a chic patterned dress this week.
The royal, 35, was spotted leaving the exclusive Bluebird Cafe on Thursday before enjoying the final days of summer in London – albeit tapping away on her phone.
The mother-of-one opted for a matching pink patterned blouse and midi skirt for her day out in Chelsea, paired with comfortable beige slip-on trainers.
The colourful summery co-ord from Thierry Colson retails for around £500.
She carried a Walton Basket bag by Anya Hindmarch, which retails for around £350, depending on the size.
The royal had the accessory personalised with her initials ‘BMM’ – Beatrice Mapelli Mozzi.
She wore her hair up in a practical bun, likely due the heatwave in the UK where temperatures have reached higher than 30 degrees.
The restaurant started off as a garage, built in 1923 for the Bluebird Motor Company.
Princess Beatrice was pictured at the Cornbury House Horse Trials yesterday, as she posed for photos with founder, David Howden.
The five-day international event was re-established by David back in 2020 following an absence for a number of years.
Beatrice’s cousin Zara Tindall, daughter of Princess Anne, competed at the trials on Thursday, in Oxfordshire.
Zara, 42, who is a keen sportswoman, has had a busy month of competing in various trials across the country.
The event ends today, on the 10 September, and she competed in the cross country section of the course.
Zara, who is married to former rugby player Mike Tindall, is recognised for her equestrian achievements, which includes winning gold at the World Equestrian Games in 2006.
Recently, it was announced that Princess Beatrice was getting a new sister-in-law, as her husband Edo shared the news last Wednesday of Alby Shale’s engagement to his fiancée Chelsea.
The caption also hinted towards Edo’s feelings for Beatrice as he wrote: ‘Finding that special someone is truly the greatest blessing in life.’
Alby is Edo’s half-brother and the son of Edo’s mother Nicola Burrows and her second husband Christopher Shale, David Cameron‘s constituency chairman, who died of a heart attack, aged 56, at the Glastonbury Festival in 2011.