The entire week! After enjoying the races at Royal Ascot, Princess Anne heads north of the border to attend the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh
The Princess Royal appeared in high spirits when she attended the Royal Highland Show in Ingliston, Edinburgh.
The 72-year-old royal family wore a turquoise dress as they met exhibitors in the spring today.
Princess Anne completed her chic ensemble with a cream-colored blazer and she embellished her with a gold horse brooch and necklace.
She enjoyed visiting the dining room where she sampled some cheeses and chatted with the vendors.
The royal even petted some cows while she was given a tour of the cattle ring.
The Princess Royal appeared in high spirits as she attended the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh’s Ingliston on Friday
Princess Anne completed her chic ensemble with a cream blazer and she embellished her with a gold horse brooch and necklace
Anne’s hair was pulled back in an elegant style while her glamorous makeup included a pink lip.
It comes after the royal family pulled off the ultimate sustainable fashion trick when they attended Royal Ascot this week.
The Royal Family dressed to impress in a pleased turquoise number when spotted by Berkshire Racecourse on Wednesday.
Eagle-eyed royal fans saw that the dress, which Anne wore with a white jacket, was actually a number she first wore 45 years ago, in 1978.
At the time, she debuted the dress when she and the late Queen Elizabeth II welcomed Botswana President Sir Seretse Kham and his wife Lady Khama to Buckingham Palace.
But the outfit looked as classy as it did decades ago when the Princess Royal stepped into the royal enclosure earlier this week.
Princess Anne chatted with staff and volunteers at the Royal Highland Show in Islington
Despite a busy few days, the Princess Royal seemed to be in good spirits and had a laugh with the staff throughout the event
Anne’s hair was pulled back in an elegant style while her glamorous makeup included a pink lip (pictured)
The royal family wore a turquoise dress as they met exhibitors at the spring ring in Edinburgh today
The Princess Royal visited the Food Hall to sample some produce at the Royal Highland Show in Ingliston
The royal even petted some cows while taking a tour of the cattle ring (pictured)
Anne looked elegant in the Tiffany blue A-line pleated dress and updated it with a white jacket and wide-brimmed royal blue hat.
Thanks to the well-chosen accessories, the look got just the right hint of vintage, without looking the slightest bit dated.
Anne was the epitome of poise as she was spotted in the royal enclosure, pairing her look with a triple pearl necklace and pendant pearl earrings.
She also proudly wore her Jockey Club pin alongside a turquoise brooch on the lapel of her jacket.
As the racing – and the champagne pouring – continued for the second day in the baking summer sun, royals arrived in abundance for the second day of action, including King Charles and Queen Camilla and the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh.
Anne, an avid horse rider, attended the event for several days.