Princess Beatrice looked elegant in an all-black outfit as she stepped out in central London last night for an evening at Loulou’s.
The royal, 35, pulled her strawberry blonde hair into a bun and donned a thick black coat for her night out in Mayfair, pairing her outfit with knee-high suede boots.
When she was spotted leaving the private club, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson was carrying a chic crocodile-print bag engraved with her initials: BEY by Beatrice Elizabeth York.
Mother-of-one Beatrice kept her look elegant and simple for maximum glamor of the night as she left the club.
She and her sister, Eugenie, have kept a lower public profile than usual after their mother, Sarah Ferguson, announced that she had been diagnosed with skin cancer, while her uncle, King Charles, is also receiving cancer treatment. cancer.
Princess Beatrice looked chic in an all-black outfit for a night out at Loulou’s on Monday night with some friends.
Despite what is undoubtedly a difficult time for the family, Beatrice has kept busy working over the past few weeks.
Last week she hosted a reception at St James’s Palace for a dyslexia charity of which she is a patron, Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity.
At the event, the royal, 35, met with close supporters to discuss her long-standing association with the group, having benefited from its services before officially joining as patron.
The 35-year-old royal looked chic in an all-black outfit, paired with knee-high suede boots and a black crocodile-print bag.
Beatrice has been hard at work in recent weeks amid a turbulent time for the royal family after her mother Sarah Ferguson and uncle King Charles announced they had cancer.
Beatrice’s chic crocodile-print bag appears to be monogrammed with her initials – BEY for Beatrice Elizabeth York
The royal, who is mother to daughter Sienna, wore her strawberry blonde hair up in a bun.
The 35-year-old adopted a business-as-usual approach while carrying out her role as patron of the Helen Arkell Dyslexia charity, despite her mother Sarah Ferguson and King Charles III both recently being diagnosed with cancer.
Beatrice began the procedure by sharing her personal experience with learning disability. She explained her determination to “change the narrative” so that dyslexic people are valued for the attributes they bring to the world.
The 35-year-old also heard a speech from Jemima Spurr, a person who has benefited from the charity’s services.
Princess Beatrice, 35, appeared in high spirits as she hosted a tea party for the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity last Wednesday at St James’s Palace.
The charity, which provides specialist support, advice and information to people with dyslexia, enabled Jemima to maximize the positive benefits of the condition, such as the ability to “think outside the box”.
Jemima said: “I was so excited to meet Princess Beatrice.
“She came right over to congratulate me on my speech and thank me for sharing my story.”
Jemima added: “She wished me luck as I run the London Marathon in aid of the Helen Arkell Charity.”
During the tea party, Beatrice also met up with British retail magnate Theo Paphitis, 64, who often appears on Dragons Den.
Paphitis set up a dyslexia bursary through which the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity is training public school teachers across the UK to better support dyslexic students.
Beatrice also met the charity’s closest supporters, including Lynn and Christopher Pann, who had flown from Switzerland to attend the event.
Elsewhere, the royal also spoke to actress Susan Hampshire CBE and Roger Jefcoate CBE, deputy patrons of the charity and relatives of the charity’s founder, the late Helen Arkell MBE.
The royal met several people who have benefited from the charity’s services, including Jemima Spurr (pictured).
Meanwhile, Vickie Kennish, a long-standing volunteer with the charity, was delighted to meet Beatrice.
She said: “What a wonderful experience it was to talk to Princess Beatrice over a cup of tea in this incredible palace.”
“It was such a magical event that I will never forget and I feel inspired to help the charity do even more for people with dyslexia.”
Beatrice, who is the eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York, has only been seen in public a handful of times since Charles was diagnosed with cancer.
Earlier this month, Beatrice was first seen looking brave as she arrived at Clarence House hours after it was revealed that her uncle, King Charles, had been diagnosed with cancer.
She and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were previously seen leaving the entrance, which also leads to their residence at St James’s Palace, central London, following the shock announcement from Buckingham Palace.
The eldest daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York starred at the charity tea party at St James’s Palace, where she has resided for a long time (archive image)
Earlier this month it was announced that while he was in hospital for a prostate operation, doctors detected a second “worrying” problem for the monarch, which has since been confirmed to be cancerous.
It is the second blow for Princess Beatrice after her mother, Sarah Ferguson, He was recently diagnosed with a form of skin cancer.
Beatrice looked serious when she was photographed behind the wheel of her vehicle on her way home.
She and her husband had previously smiled as they left the property together several hours earlier.
She has long remained at St James’s Palace, as she and her sister, Princess Eugenie, lived there while attending university, during which time Prince Andrew paid almost £20,000 a year on her behalf.