The Duke of Kent’s granddaughter donned a black and brown long-line, oversized winter coat for the event – which took place at Battersea Power Station.
The stylish royal, 28, paired her winter ensemble with a forest green and white over-the-shoulder bag, as well as a pair of grey, wide-leg trousers and chunky boots.
Once dubbed the ‘world’s most beautiful royal’, Amelia kept natural makeup for the outing and wore a pair of sunglasses on top of her head.
She was pictured at the opening of the Jo Malone Glide, London’s only riverside ice rink, alongside British models Lady Mary Charteris and Cheyenne Maya Carty, and actress Rose Williams.
The festive launch attended by the royal also involved an immersive gingerbread pop-up experience.
Charteris, the daughter of the 13th Earl of Wemyss, also donned her winter-wear for the occasion, sporting a teddy-style cream coat.
She also wore a black sweater with white fluffy bobble tassels and completed the outfit with black casual trousers, a pair of trainers and a small brown, leather handbag.
Amelia is known for her stylish ensembles, such as her sleek all-black outfit at last month’s launch of the debut Camille Charrière x Stripe & Stare collection.
At the October event she opted for a lace-trimmed camisole, high-waisted jeans and ankle boots for the occasion and added a chunky chain necklace, statement earrings and rings on every finger.
Whether she’s stepping out on the catwalk, posing on the cover of a glossy magazine or gracing the latest society knees-up with her fashionable presence, it’s clear that Lady Amelia Windsor belongs to one of the most fortunate clubs in Britain.
Amelia is the granddaughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, making her a third cousin of the Prince of Wales and 43rd-in-line to the throne.
Much like her Windsor cousins, and the grandchildren of Princess Margaret, Lady Amelia is what you might call a ‘satellite royal’ – impossibly well-connected, an occasional guest on the Buckingham Palace balcony and yet free to do mostly as she chooses.
Since graduating from the University of Edinburgh, where she studied Italian, Amelia has pursued a mixed career of modelling, fashion design and writing for publications such as Tatler – having also appeared on the magazine’s cover.
Signed to Storm Model Management, once the agent for Kate Moss, Amelia has modelled for brands including Dolce & Gabbana.
She is a big fan of social media and regularly shares glimpses of her glamorous life with followers.
Amelia regularly posts style tips on her Instagram page, along with news of her latest collaborations, such as fine jewellery specialist Alice van Cal.