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Princess Beatrice looks glamorous in a satin midi skirt after a night out at Annabel’s

Princess Beatrice looks glamorous in a satin midi skirt after a night out at Annabel’s

  • The princess, 34, opted for neutral makeup and a chic but simple outfit
  • Ninth in line to the throne, she loosely pinned back her auburn locks to complete her look
  • Beatrice spent the evening in Annabel’s exclusive private members’ club

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Princess Beatrice dressed warmly for the cold as she left a private members’ club in Mayfair last night.

The ninth in line to the throne clung to the lapels of her black coat and kept her head bowed as she left Annabel’s, appearing to be accompanied by guards—who were also warmly wrapped.

Mother of one Beatrice, 34, wore her auburn locks down and a slight slick back as she left the club, opting for neutral make-up with a slightly bronzed eye to emphasize her natural beauty.

Princess Beatrice, 34, was a demure figure as she left Annabel’s private members’ club in Mayfair last night

The princess clutched the lapels of her structured black coat to shield her from the cold as she stepped into the chilly November temperature

The princess clutched the lapels of her structured black coat to shield her from the cold as she stepped into the chilly November temperature

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

The princess clutched the lapels of her structured black coat to shield her from the cold as she stepped into the chilly November temperature

Under her coat, the princess, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, wore a terracotta satin skirt with a knitted black top.

Just visible under the jacket were embellished details on the collar of the top. She paired her outfit with suede black pumps.

Annabel’s is an exclusive private members’ club in the heart of Mayfair with a long waiting list to join.

The club has annual membership fees from £3,250, plus an entry fee of over £1,000.

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

The mother of one child, 34, opted for a terracotta satin skirt and knitted black top that was embellished at the collar

The princess wore understated make-up with a hint of bronze on her eyelids for her night out at Annabel's

The princess wore understated make-up with a hint of bronze on her eyelids for her night out at Annabel's

The princess wore understated make-up with a hint of bronze on her eyelids for her night out at Annabel’s

The Princess was led down the steps of the private members' club in Mayfair, as she called it

The Princess was led down the steps of the private members' club in Mayfair, as she called it

The Princess was led down the steps of the private members’ club in Mayfair, as she called it

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Princess Beatrice leaves Annabel's

Beatrice had spent the evening at the private members’ club, where membership costs at least £3,000 a year and has a long waiting list

Of course, as a member of the royal family, Princess Beatrice didn’t have to wait long for her membership in the exclusive club to be approved.

Beatrice’s evening look choice was more subdued than her recent appearances — she wore a bottle green shirt dress to attend the Variety Club Showbusiness Awards on Monday night.

The princess paired the button-up dress with a belt and a long maxi skirt with diamond earrings as she attended the awards ceremony to present opera singer Katherine Jenkins with a Duke of Edinburgh Gold Heart award.

She tucked her auburn locks behind her ears in loose curls and sported a gorgeous pair of diamond earrings.

Others in attendance at the awards included Holly Willoughby, Konnie Huq, Emma Weymouth, Marchioness of Bath and editor-in-chief of British Vogue Edward Enninful.

Coinciding with the BBC’s 100th year, Variety celebrated broadcasting’s place within British culture, as well as its long association with charity.

While Beatrice presented the award to the opera singer, Jenkins became the only person to receive a charitable award approved by Queen Elizabeth II following Prince Philip’s death.

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