Princess Beatrice wraps up in a colorful coat while out and about in London | royal | New
Princess Beatrice wore a stunning £695 Ulla Johnson wool felt jacket with puff sleeves as she shopped in London. The late Queen’s granddaughter also carried a colorfully wrapped gift, suggesting it was her mother Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York.
The Duchess will turn 63 next week, October 15.
Beatrice, who gave birth to her own daughter Sienna in September last year, wore the coat with understated black accessories and a black dress.
Ulla Johnson is a popular brand with many celebrities, including Naomi Watts and Katie Holmes.
The coat marks a colorful change for the royal, as the firm is no longer forced to wear all black as the period of royal mourning is over.
Last Thursday, Beatrice donned a green and black outfit to attend the Lady Garden Foundation’s 8th Annual Ladies Luncheon at Lagan’s Brasserie in London.
The Lady Garden Foundation is a national women’s health charity, raising awareness and funding for gynecological health.
The Princess has shown her support for the charity in the past by running as ‘552’ at the 2017 Hyde Park event for The Lady Garden.
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It is the official residence of the Duke and Duchess of York, where they live together despite their divorce.
Beatrice’s husband, known affectionately as Edo, showed his support for his wife by reaching out and placing his hand on her lower back.
Béatrice and Eugénie were known to be very close to their grandmother.