With no sign of Prince William or Kate Middleton, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie joined the Queen, the Duke of York, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to celebrate the 300th year of Royal Ascot
After a busy weekend of Royal duties, we’re not surprised that Kate Middleton and Prince William were nowhere to be seen at Ascot. But arriving in horse-drawn carriages, sisters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie made up the younger generation of Royals at the annual event.
Perhaps taking tips from Kate’s stylish wardrobe, Princess Eugenie turned to one of the Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite designers, Issa, for her teal lace dress.
Meanwhile Princess Beatrice went for a demure look in a nude and black printed dress teamed with a black blazer.
And it would seem that the Duchess of Cornwall has been taking Kate’s cue too, recycling the Anna Valentine embroidered coat worn at the Royal Wedding for the sunny day out.