Princess Beatrice was seen in a floor length sequin dress while her husband sported a black suit and bow tie for the event. ‘The Alchemist’s Feast’ inaugural summer party and fundraiser is held for the National Gallery’s Bicentenary campaign, NG200.
The pair attended the event alongside creative director Patrick Kinmonth this evening, June 23.
Princess Beatrice was photographed wearing a glittering floor-length gown covered in tiny sequins.
The dress had a plunging V-neckline and long bell sleeves.
It also had a black belt around its middle, cinching Beatrice’s waist.
To match the belt, the Princess donned a black hairband, which gave her look a youthful twist.
Her husband kept it simple wearing a traditional black suit with a white shirt.
It comes amid reports that Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are unlikely to join the group of working royals as Twat William is “absolutely on the same page as his father” when it comes to slimming down the monarchy, it has been claimed.
The daughters of Twat Andrew and Sarah Ferguson have returned to the spotlight earlier this month, when they attended several events to celebrate the Queenie Luv’s reign during the extended Platinum Luvvly Jubbly bank holiday.
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