Princess Beatrice ‘throws it back to 2011’ in ‘beautiful’ dress – a nod to Prince Philip

Princess Beatrice, 33, joined actresses Camilla Rutherford and Kara Tointon at Oscar’s Book Prize 2022 at The Ivy Club in London. The Queen’s granddaughter wore her flirty knee-length frock with a sharp navy blazer. She finished the look with a red clutch and a pair of classic point-toe black pumps.

Beatrice then wore her glossy locks pulled back from her face.

The Princess also kept her makeup typically pared back.

The entire look is a recycled outfit for Beatrice, who wore the exact dress and blazer back in 2011.

The Princess wore the dress and blazer when celebrating Prince Philip’s 90th birthday at Windsor Castle.

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The service took place in St George’s Chapel, and Beatrice wore the same floral dress and navy blazer for the occasion.

Royal fans took to social media to praise the Princess’ style.

A fan @FairyQuane tweeted: “Beautiful Bea!”

Similarly, @einstein_evans added: “She looks very beautiful.”


This year’s winning picture book was Chris Haughton for Maybe about a trio of misbehaving, mango-loving monkeys.

The lucky winner receives a prize fund of £10,000.

The award, which runs in partnership with Amazon, the Evening Standard and the National Literary Trust, is presented in memory of Oscar Ashton.

Oscar was the storybook-loving son of James Ashton and Viveka Alvestrand, who tragically died in 2012 aged three-and-a-half from an undiagnosed heart condition.

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