Princess Beatrice got into the festive spirit last night as she attended a carol concert in London alongside her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
The 34-year-old mother-of-one was beaming as she posed in a burnt orange skirt and black jacket for the Fayre of St James Christmas Carol Concert at St James’ Church in Piccadilly.
The carol concert was a star studded affair, and was also attended by Normal People actress Daisy Edgar-Jones and Julian Fellowes, while Ellie Goulding performed.
The festive evening comes amid a busy period for the Duke of York’s daughter, who has attended a number of nights out at members’ clubs Maison Estelle and Annabelle’s in recent weeks.
Princess Beatrice, 34, got into the festive spirit last night as she attended a carol concert in London alongside her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
The Princess, who is the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, cuddled up with her husband Edo in the snaps.
She opted for a casual make-up look, and kept her auburn tresses down in a relaxed, flowing style.
Elsewhere Edoardo, 39, donned a chic ensemble, dressed head-to-toe in navy.
The couple have attended the star studded carol concert in the past, including in 2019.
The 34-year-old mother-of-one was beaming as she posed in a burnt orange skirt and black jacket for the Fayre of St James Christmas Carol Concert at St James’ Church in Piccadilly
The Duke of York’s daughter opted for a casual make-up look, and kept her auburn tresses down in a relaxed, flowing style
The event was hosted by the Quintessentially Foundation in aid of its new charitable initiative, The Firefly Project.
The Firefly Project was launched in 2022 by Quintessentially Foundation to support children and young people living in extreme poverty in London.
Since 2008, the Foundation has raised over £14m for a range of charities, and its new initiative focuses on grassroots organisations that are helping the capital’s young people achieve their potential.
The Firefly Project provides funding, tailored support and access to the Quintessentially Foundation network to help ‘turbo charge’ these smaller, community-based organisations.
It currently supports Little Village, The Kids Network, 2020 Change, Doorstep Library, and Team Up.
It comes days after Princess Beatrice was effortlessly elegant as she attended Maison Estelle earlier this week.
She bundled up, cradling her hands for warmth, after an evening with friends and her husband Edoardo.
The happy couple appeared in good spirits as they enjoyed their night out at a swanky private members’ club in Mayfair.
The royal donned a sophisticated black trench coat as she was spotted leaving the club over the weekend, huddled up next to her beau.
Maison Estelle is one of Soho’s most prized members clubs – so exclusive that membership fees are only available on request – and it’s a favourite with Princess Beatrice who has been spotted at the venue on many occasions.
The Princess, who is the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, cuddled up with her husband Edo in the snaps
Daisy Edgar-Jones (left) and Ellie Goulding (right) were among the stars who attended the carol concert
Her stylish, double breasted ensemble was adorned with buttons, and showed off a hint of a ruffled white blouse beneath.
Seemingly sticking to a two-toned theme – black, opaque tights finished the look off – with some leather ankle boots.
The Princess, who is the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, held onto a trendy, textured purse as she walked along, posing for a smiling snap.
Meanwhile, fun-loving Beatrice was snapped leaving yet another private members’ club in Mayfair the night prior, as the ninth in line to the throne clung onto the lapels of her black coat and kept her head down while leaving Annabel’s.
The singer, whose blonde locks were dyed a dark brown last night, donned a floor length black dress for the performance
Ellie appeared in high spirits as she attended the carol concert, performing to the star-studded audience at the church in London
She appeared to be accompanied by security guards – who were also wrapped up warm.
Underneath her coat, Beatrice wore a terracotta satin skirt with a knitted black top.
Just visible underneath the coat was embellished detailing on the collar of the top. She paired her outfit with suede black pumps.
Annabel’s is an exclusive private members club in the heart of Mayfair with a long waiting list to be accepted into its membership.
The club has an annual fee starting at £3,250, plus a joining fee of more than £1,000.