New mother Princess Beatrice beams as she joins Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi for London Art Fair

New mother Princess Beatrice appeared to be thoroughly enjoying a day out with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi as they visited the London Art Fair earlier today.  

The 33-year-old princess, who gave birth to her first daughter Sienna last month, beamed as she joined her husband Edo at the event in Regent’s Park this morning.

The royal wore a casual outfit for the outing, wrapping up warm in a camel coat with a pair of stylish black boots for the occasion.

It’s the second time Beatrice has appeared in public since giving birth weeks ago, after the couple were spotted strolling around London with their daughter in a pushchair last week. 

Meanwhile Lady Amelia Windsor, 26, who is 41st in line to the throne, also made an appearance at the art fair this afternoon.  

New mother Princess Beatrice, 33, appeared to be thoroughly enjoying a day out with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, as they visited the London Art Fair earlier today

New mother Princess Beatrice, 33, appeared to be thoroughly enjoying a day out with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, as they visited the London Art Fair earlier today

New mother Princess Beatrice, 33, appeared to be thoroughly enjoying a day out with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, as they visited the London Art Fair earlier today

Lady Amelia Windsor, 26, who is 41st in line to the throne, also made an appearance at the art fair this afternoon

Lady Amelia Windsor, 26, who is 41st in line to the throne, also made an appearance at the art fair this afternoon

Lady Amelia Windsor, 26, who is 41st in line to the throne, also made an appearance at the art fair this afternoon 

Others in attendance at VIP preview event earlier today included Lady Helen Taylor, who donned a houndstooth dress for the occasion

Others in attendance at VIP preview event earlier today included Lady Helen Taylor, who donned a houndstooth dress for the occasion

Others in attendance at VIP preview event earlier today included Lady Helen Taylor, who donned a houndstooth dress for the occasion

Others in attendance at VIP preview event earlier today included Lady Helen Taylor, who donned a houndstooth dress for the occasion

Others in attendance at VIP preview event earlier today included Lady Helen Taylor, who donned a houndstooth dress for the occasion 

Lady Amelia, who is a cousin of Princess Beatrice, opted for a low-key look for the occasion, donning a full length black dress and grey coat.

Meanwhile she finished off her look with a pair of colourful pink and maroon cow-print boots. 

The royal, who graduated with a degree in Italian and French from the University of Edinburgh, is the granddaughter of the Duke of Kent.

She is regularly snapped out and about in her local neighbourhood of Notting Hill, where she enjoys a vast-array of hobbies including pottery and ballet classes. 

Beatrice, who gave birth to her first daughter Sienna last month, beamed as she joined her husband Edo at the event in Regent's Park this morning.

Beatrice, who gave birth to her first daughter Sienna last month, beamed as she joined her husband Edo at the event in Regent's Park this morning.

Beatrice, who gave birth to her first daughter Sienna last month, beamed as she joined her husband Edo at the event in Regent’s Park this morning.

Lady Amelia, who is a cousin of Princess Beatrice, opted for a low-key look for the occasion, donning a full length black dress and grey coat

Lady Amelia, who is a cousin of Princess Beatrice, opted for a low-key look for the occasion, donning a full length black dress and grey coat

Lady Amelia, who is a cousin of Princess Beatrice, opted for a low-key look for the occasion, donning a full length black dress and grey coat

Lady Amelia, who is a cousin of Princess Beatrice, opted for a low-key look for the occasion, donning a full length black dress and grey coat

Lady Amelia, who is a cousin of Princess Beatrice, opted for a low-key look for the occasion, donning a full length black dress and grey coat

Turkish-Canadian designer Erdem Moralıoğlu, who launched his eponymous fashion brand in London, was joined by Sara at the event

Turkish-Canadian designer Erdem Moralıoğlu, who launched his eponymous fashion brand in London, was joined by Sara at the event

Turkish-Canadian designer Erdem Moralıoğlu, who launched his eponymous fashion brand in London, was joined by Sara at the event  

Beatrice tied the knot with Edo in September 2020 and the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter called Sienna, last month.

The Queen’s granddaughter gave birth to a baby girl weighing 6lbs 2oz at 11.42pm on Saturday 18 September at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in London.  

Last week, Beatrice and her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi posted an image of the newborn’s footprints while announcing they had decided to call her Sienna Elizabeth, in a touching tribute to the Queen. 

The baby girl was born 11th in line to the throne, and although their mother is a princess they will be plain Miss Mozzi – and a half-sibling and will also be a half-sibling to Edo’s son, Wolfie.

Jamie Sharp and Isaac Benigson were among those to attend the London Art Fair in Regent's Park today

Jamie Sharp and Isaac Benigson were among those to attend the London Art Fair in Regent's Park today

Jamie Sharp and Isaac Benigson were among those to attend the London Art Fair in Regent’s Park today 

Adrien Schather and Jean Campbell were joined by Katy Wickremesinghe at the Ned's Club lounge earlier today

Adrien Schather and Jean Campbell were joined by Katy Wickremesinghe at the Ned's Club lounge earlier today

Adrien Schather and Jean Campbell were joined by Katy Wickremesinghe at the Ned's Club lounge earlier today

Adrien Schather and Jean Campbell were joined by Katy Wickremesinghe at the Ned's Club lounge earlier today

Adrien Schather and Jean Campbell (left) were joined by Katy Wickremesinghe (right) at the Ned’s Club lounge earlier today 

Mimi Xu, a music director and DJ, wore a double denim ensemble as she arrived at the event earlier today

Mimi Xu, a music director and DJ, wore a double denim ensemble as she arrived at the event earlier today

Mimi Xu, a music director and DJ, wore a double denim ensemble as she arrived at the event earlier today  

Sienna is the second grandchild for Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, and will be the Queen’s eleventh great-grandchild.

Beatrice, who is ninth in line to the throne, is the only princess in the British royal family to marry someone with children and take on a stepchild.

Her property tycoon husband shares a young son, two-year-old Christopher ‘Wolfie’ Woolf, with his glamorous former fiancée of three-and-a-half years, Dara Huang.

The Queen ‘s granddaughter described her role as a stepmother to Edo’s son Wolfie, five, calling him her ‘bonus son’ during an interview with author Giovanna Fletcher for Hello!’s Back to School digital issue.

It’s been a rocky week for Beatrice, who’s father Prince Andrew has been embroiled in a scandal over his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein.

The 61-year-old Duke of York, who lives at Royal Lodge in Windsor, was photographed behind the wheel of his Range Rover yesterday morning as he broke cover following the latest dramatic development in the case on Sunday night.

It's been a rocky week for Beatrice, who's father Prince Andrew has been embroiled in a scandal over his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein (pictured with Eugenie and Sarah Ferguson)

It's been a rocky week for Beatrice, who's father Prince Andrew has been embroiled in a scandal over his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein (pictured with Eugenie and Sarah Ferguson)

It’s been a rocky week for Beatrice, who’s father Prince Andrew has been embroiled in a scandal over his friendship with paedophile financer Jeffrey Epstein (pictured with Eugenie and Sarah Ferguson)  

Scotland Yard has decided to take no further action over accuser Virginia Roberts’s allegation that she was trafficked to London as a 17-year-old and forced to have sex with Andrew, after its officers reportedly spoke with her.

It will also take no further action over claims that financier Epstein groomed and abused other young women in Britain.

And a source close to the Duke told MailOnline: ‘It comes as no surprise that the Met Police have confirmed that, having reviewed the sex assault claims against The Duke for a third time, they are taking no further action.

‘Despite pressure from the media and claims of new evidence, the Met have concluded that the claims are not sufficient to warrant any further investigation. The Duke has always vigorously maintained his innocence and continues to do so.’

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