Britain’s royal trendsetters were out in full force at Royal Ascot this week, where chic summer style is the order of the day. Princess Beatrice has been a fixture on the scene at the Berkshire-based racing event.
On Friday Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s eldest daughter sported a stylish white skater dress and a wide-brimmed burnt orange and turquoise hat, while earlier in the week she turned heads in a vibrant shin-length skirt by Roksanda and a black Nereida Fraiman hat.
Beatrice was joined by her younger sister Princess Eugenie, cousin Zara Tindall and aunt the Countess of Wessex at Ascot, with Zara looking radiant in a yellow dress by Irish designer Paul Costelloe.
On Sunday, Zara had opted for a more dressed down look when she attended a charity polo match in Gloucestershire with the Duchess of Cambridge.
Kate, who had made her first public appearance since the birth of her daughter Princess Charlotte the day before at Trooping the Colour, looked casual yet stylish in a navy striped top and jeans.
Saturday also saw a host of European royalty descend upon Stockholm to see Prince Carl Philip and Sofia Hellqvist to tie knot.
The groom’s proud sisters, Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Madeleine both chose elegant floorlength gowns for the occasion.
Madeleine, who gave birth to her son Prince Nicolas of Sweden just two days after Carl Philip and Sofia’s nuptials, wore a jewelled pink dress and a dazzling tiara.
Other guests at the royal wedding included Crown Princess Mette-Marit, the Countess of Wessex, Princess Tatiana of Greece, Queen Mathilde of the Belgians and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, who wore a striking magenta and cream gown, which she teamed with a glittering tiara.