Reign or burn! Princess Beatrice led the royal arrival at Wimbledon with Lady Sarah Chatto

 Reign or burn!  Princess Beatrice led the royal arrival at Wimbledon with Lady Sarah Chatto

Princess Beatrice led the royal arrivals as she attended Wimbledon today alongside Lady Sarah Chatto and Lady Helen Taylor.

The Duke of York’s eldest daughter, 34, looked stunning in a plush pink dress as she arrived at the Royal Box with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi this afternoon.

She wore her auburn locks in soft waves for the occasion and opted for a subtle makeup look.

He was joined by many members of the royal family – including his distant cousin, Lady Sarah Chatto, who is Princess Margaret’s daughter and rarely makes royal appearances.

Meanwhile, The Duchess of Gloucester and Princess Michael of Kent also attended today’s event.

Princess Beatrice wore a gorgeous collared plush pink dress with a thin belt and paired it with a summery crochet clutch as she arrived at the Royal Box.

The Duchess of Gloucester, 77, and Lady Sarah Chatto, 59, enjoyed a friendly chat as they sat in the Royal Box at Center Court

Princess Michael of Kent looked in high spirits as she attended the event today wearing a smart red blazer

Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi put on a happy display as the couple enjoyed courtside entertainment with wide smiles on their faces.

Eldest daughter and lover of the Duke and Duchess of York, Edo—who loves daughter Sienna and stepson Wolfie as much as ever—turned their attention away from court to light-hearted conversation.

Princess Beatrice has been making regular stylish appearances this summer, as she recently stunned in a stunning £1,830 Claw midi dress while out for dinner in London with her husband Edoardo and A-list pals a few nights ago.

Edoardo opted for a navy suit as usual as he paired a crisp white shirt with an elegant dark green tie.

Meanwhile when Lady Sarah was seen and on this occasion, she was known to keep a low profile, and attended only a few important events.

Sarah Chatto was born in 1964 – the last royal baby to be born in a palace rather than a hospital – within weeks of cousins ​​Prince Edward, Lady Helen Windsor and James Ogilvy.

Both her parents passed their artistic vision on to their children with Sarah, now a painter, and her brother David being taken to galleries in their youth.

Sarah went on to complete a foundation course at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, then a printed textiles course at Middlesex Polytechnic, which paved the way for her training at the Royal Academy School.

Princess Beatrice sat in the Royal Box at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club at Wimbledon with her property developer husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi got into the Wimbledon spirit with wide smiles on their faces as they sat in the Royal Box at Wimbledon.

The couple appeared to be as loved up as ever as they gazed back at each other from court in a charming conversation

Princess Beatrice beamed as she posed with a wide smile in her cheerful summer dress and sophisticated crochet clutch bag.

Princess Beatrice and Lady Helen Taylor were in attendance on Day 12 of the Wimbledon Championships as the pair looked surprised and having an enjoyable time on court.

Princess Beatrice and Lady Helen Taylor were having fun on court as they sat together at Wimbledon in their fabulous summer outfits

Working as a painter under the name Sarah Armstrong-Jones, she has since exhibited in galleries including the Redfern Gallery in London.

Her wedding to Daniel Chatto in July 1994 was such a short, simple affair that drivers were surprised: the Queen, Prince Philip and Princess Diana waited in their cars after the service to return to St Stephen’s City Church in Walbrook.

While the Chattos are not at the center of the working royal family, they have attended major royal events over the years, including the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II last September, Royal Ascot, Trooping the Colour, as well as the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

The late Queen was described as a ‘surrogate mother’ to Sarah and her brother and was particularly close to Lady Sarah, who was said to remind Her Majesty of her late sister.

A royal insider previously revealed: ‘The Queen loves Sarah and seeks her company as much as possible. He is his absolute favorite little royal.

‘They are very comfortable in each other’s company. A lot of laughter can be heard when they are together. They share loyalty, fun, duty and a sense of humor.’

An acquaintance said: ‘Sarah is very innocent; Shy and almost embarrassed with no majesty. Take royal events – he’ll be on the balcony, but he never thrusts himself into the middle or front, like anyone’.


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