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Newly-wed, Princess Beatrice, paid a visit to Windsor Castle today to admire her vintage wedding gown, before it goes on display to the public tomorrow.
The Sir Norman Hartnell gown, first worn by the Queen in the 1960s, was loaned to Beatrice, 32, by her grandmother for her private wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July.
However, our eyes were firmly on the dress that the young royal wore to attend the viewing; a gorgeous floral, midi-dress - accessorised with a coordinating face mask.
Though, it’s still worth a browse, as the retailer do still have a selection of similar statement styles - you can view the full collection on Net-A-Porter here.
This isn’t the first time Beatrice has been spotted in a The Vampire’s Wife creation.
The newly-wed previously wore a metallic green design by the label to Ellie Goulding’s wedding in 2019.
Plus, she’s not the only royal fan of the British brand.
The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a similar glitzy, forest green dress from the label while on a royal engagement in Dublin earlier this year.
Beatrice’s paired the floral frock with a matching face mask, and while we can’t find out where it’s from, we have found three alternative options that have the seem feel and would look equally as chic paired with day dresses.