Princess Beatrice put her best fashion foot forward on Wednesday as she attended the first summer party of the season at Buckingham Palace.
The Queen's granddaughter had clearly been taking inspiration from Chelsea Flower Show, as she rolled up to the event in a gorgeous Mary Katrantzou floral puffball skirt - last seen on the 25-year-old during London Fashion Week. No, Duchess Kate isn't the only royal who wears things more than once after all.
Teaming her botanical bottom half with a sheer embellished cream blouse, Bea was seen chatting to just about everyone and managed to navigate the rain-damp lawn in the young royals' heel of choice: the LK Bennett wedge.
The Princess continued the flower theme all the way to the top of her head, wearing a rather bold cream fascinator designed by Welsh milliner Robyn Coles.
As per usual Beatrice's headpiece is bound to divide opinion, but she's no stranger to that now is she?
The princess nearly out-headlined Pippa Middleton's rear end at the royal wedding in 2011 when she wore a rather, er, bizarre arrangement by Philip Treacy.
However, the now-legendary fascinator later sold at auction for a whopping £81,000 proving someone, somewhere really loved it!
Even before the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding, the young royal was well-versed in snazzy headgear and her adventures in OTT hats have shown no sign of losing pace since the royal pair got hitched. And we've got the proof...
For all of Bea's most striking millinery, take a flick through the gallery below.
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