Lady Amelia Windsor rocked bright block colors as she attended the premiere of a new TV series this evening.
The 27-year-old, who has been dubbed Britain’s most beautiful royal, is known for glamor wherever she goes – and this evening was no exception.
Amelia wore a bright maxi dress in a clash of hot pink and orange shades, which was belted at the waist.
Keeping her make-up and jewelery to a minimum, she wore her blonde locks straight and hanging over her shoulders.
She appeared on the beige carpet at London’s Tate Gallery, where a screening of Special Ops: Lioness was taking place.
Lady Amelia Windsor, 27, brought some color to the muted beige carpet as she attended a screening of Special Ops: Lioness at Tate Britain.
The Paramount+ series is a spy thriller set to debut on the streaming platform on July 23.
It stars Zoe Saldana as a spy as she conducts a risky operation for the CIA.
And Lady Amelia brought a touch of royalty to the event as the actors appeared on the red carpet to attend the premiere.
Her brightly colored outfit contrasted with an all black outfit as she attended the BFC Summer Party at the Serpentine Pavilion on Monday.
She stepped out in a feathered crop top and black trousers for the star-studded event in the British capital.
Proving her fashion prowess yet again, the royal model completed the chic look with a matching black handbag, which she carried over her shoulder.
Adding a touch of glitz to her outfit, Lady Amelia opted for a beautiful necklace and gold hoop earrings to complete her outfit.
The royal, who is 43rd in line to the throne, looked as glamorous as ever in the block-color dress.
Her blonde locks were scraped back into a ponytail and she added a slick of makeup to her features.
As Amelia is the granddaughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, this makes her third cousin to the Prince of Wales and 43rd in line to the throne.
It’s been a busy summer for the socialite, who showed off her tan in a chic white dress by Pam Noosa as she watched the action on Center Court at Wimbledon on Sunday.
The detailed frock was butterfly printed and featured straps tied into a bow. Lady Amelia wore some gold jewelry with her dress – such as rings and necklaces – which she stacked on top of each other.
To tie her look together, she sported a green garden shade clutch bag from Lulu Guinness which retails for £325.
As she arrives at Tate Britain, more block colors can be seen in Lady Amelia Windsor’s bright outfit
Stepping out of the car to arrive at the venue, the 43rd in line to the throne showed off her blonde locks which flowed in the wind.
She’s been called Britain’s most beautiful royal and is often spotted in glamorous gear – and last night was no exception for Lady Amelia Windsor (pictured).
Her blonde locks were wavy and she had a stylish rectangular cutler and gross tortoiseshell sunglasses on her head.
Lady Amelia was pictured alongside her father George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, 61, and Czech-American tennis player Martina Navratilova.
Martina, 66, has won 59 Grand Slam crowns and a record 9 Wimbledon singles titles.
Meanwhile George wore a beige blazer and blue shirt, with a patterned tie and a pocket handkerchief.
Amelia was pictured smiling with Martina as the pair watched intently the match between Carlos Alcaraz and Alexander Muller.