Princess Beatrice hits red carpet in Kate Middleton-loved label

Princess Beatrice is making florals for spring groundbreaking.

The redhead royal bloomed on the red carpet Wednesday night in a colorful gown by The Vampire’s Wife, a brand that’s become a firm favorite of the royal family in recent years.

Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were the royal guests of honor as they attended the preview of “A Gallop Through History,” taking part in conjunction with the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

For the occasion, she chose a puff-sleeved floral gown with gathered three-quarter sleeves and a large ruffle at the bottom, similar to a shorter floral style by The Vampire’s Wife she wore to a Buckingham Palace garden party back in 2019.

According to Town & Country, Princess Beatrice wrote a letter to the label’s founder Susie Cave saying, “Thank you, your dress gave me so much confidence and I felt so good and empowered wearing the dress.”
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For her red carpet moment, Beatrice added sparkling silver feather statement earrings and showed a peep of a black platform heel under her floral gown.

The Vampire’s Wife is a favorite of the princess, who has sported the label on numerous occasions, including the shimmering green ruffled dress she wore to singer Ellie Goulding’s wedding in 2019.

Another standout moment was the blue floral midi by the brand she wore to visit her wedding dress exhibition at Windsor Castle in 2020.

The Duchess of Cambridge took a note from Princess Beatrice in 2020, wearing a green dress by The Vampire’s Wife in Ireland.
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Cousin-in-law Kate Middleton is also a fan of the designer label, designed by former model Susie Cave, wife of Australian rocker Nick Cave, having worn a near-identical dress in the same color and fabric while in Dublin in 2020. Middleton also sported a glittering pink gown by the designer on her Caribbean tour this spring.

The buzzy label is beloved by the British social set and has been seen on celebrities ranging from Kirsten Dunst to Natalie Portman and Margot Robbie.

As for Princess Beatrice’s big night out at “A Gallop Through History,” she watched a four-act show in honor of her grandmother’s Platinum Jubilee.

Middleton wore the label’s now-sold-out “Light Sleeper” gown in Belize on March 21.
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Featuring more than 500 horses and 1,000 performers, the performance will run through Sunday, when it’s hoped the Queen will be well enough to attend following her recent mobility issues.

The epic finale will include a rare public appearance of royal children — all of the Queen’s 12 great-grandchildren (minus Archie and Lilibet, who won’t be in the country yet) will ride in a carriage to celebrate Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne.