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Stylish Princess Beatrice wows at fashion party
Princess Beatrice turned heads with a super stylish ensemble at a fashion party on Monday night.
The royal looked sleek and chic in a knee-length black dress paired with a black and gold tasselled cropped kimono.
She finished off the look with patent platform heels and a simple black box clutch.
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Princess Beatrice wowed in her stylish outfit
The party was held at Notting Hill restaurant Mazi, with Eugenie Niarchos as a guest of honour, who was dressed in all white, accessorising with a Grecian-style headband.
Also attending the exclusive event was Monegasque royal Andrea Casiraghi's wife Tatiana Santa Domingo.
The new mum was as stylish as ever in a relaxed black suit and a red lace-detail kimono.
Also at the swanky bash was Tatiana Santo Domingo
The royal ladies rubbed shoulders with Dasha Zhukova, the girlfriend of billionaire Roman Abramovich.
After attending the event, Beatrice headed to celebrity hotspot Chiltern Firehouse, where Poppy Delevingne, Amanda Holden and Miranda Hart were said to be eating.
Eugenie Niarchos was the guest of honour at the party
Earlier this month, Beatrice took a short trip across the Channel for a special visit to the Isle of Wight.
Her schedule included stops at some of the island's main historic attractions, as well as some landmarks of particular personal significance to the 25-year-old royal.
Beatrice's first port of call was to Carisbrooke Castle – the home of her former ancestor and namesake, Princess Beatrice, who served as governor of the Isle of Wight until her death in 1944.
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