Pregnant Princess Beatrice has prompted speculation on the gender of her baby after she stepped out with a pink soft toy and pink face mask for a meal out with friends last night.
Beatrice, 32, who is expecting her first child with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, clutched the stuffed rabbit toy as she arrived for dinner with girlfriends at 5 Hertford Street, in upmarket Mayfair.
The royal also wore a baby pink face mask embroidered with a bee topped with a crown – a nod to her nickname and royal status.
It comes days after Beatrice wore a blouse with a pretty pink floral pattern for an online charity video.
Clue? Beatrice, who is expecting her first child with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, clutched the stuffed rabbit toy as she arrived for dinner with girlfriends at 5 Hertford Street, in London
Pretty in pink: The royal also wore a baby pink face mask with diamante detailing which added a splash of colour to her otherwise monochrome look
Floral fancy: It comes days after Beatrice wore a blouse with a pretty pink floral pattern for an online charity video, pictured, in honour of disability inclusion run Parallel Windsor
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Mother-to-be Beatrice looked radiant in a black and white fit-and-flare skater dress that skimmed over her baby bump for her meal out at the trendy eatery.
She accessorised with chic point-toe ballet pumps adorned with a glittering buckle at the toe.
Her face mask was made from a soft, pastel pink material and was decorated with the bee and crown design.
The royal was holding the fluffy pink rabbit on her way into the restaurant but kept it well hidden behind her back on the way out, according to an onlooker.
Beatrice and Edoardo, who shares son Wolfie with his ex Dara Huang, announced they were expecting their first child together on May 19.
Nothing to see here! Mother-to-be Beatrice looked radiant in a black and white fit-and-flare skater dress that skimmed over her baby bump for her meal out at the trendy eatery. On her way out of the restaurant, she held the stuffed animal behind her back (pictured)
Night out with the girls: Beatrice went for dinner with girlfriends at 5 Hertford Street, London
Elegant: Beatrice arriving at 5 Hertford Street last night for a meal with a group of friends
The baby is due this autumn. Beatrice’s younger sister Eugenie welcomed a son, August, in February.
Beatrice keeps a low profile and largely stays off social media. However she did appear in a video last week to launch Parallel Windsor, a running event that celebrates disability inclusion. This year it was held virtually.
She said: ‘I am so excited to welcome everyone at Parallel Windsor 2021. What an incredible, historic place for an event such as this. I know that I’ve spent a lot of time walking and running around these incredible grounds. So I hope you have the best time.
All that glitters! Beatrice accessorised with chic point-toe ballet pumps adorned with a glittering buckle at the toe
‘Whether you have chosen to do the 10k, 5k, 1k or even 100 metres, this event is an amazing celebration of disability inclusion.”
‘This year has been an incredibly challenging year, but for those with disabilities it has left people feeling isolated and alone. So, I am so thrilled that this event is taking place in order to bring people together.
‘And I’d just like to thank every single one of you for taking part, and I’d like to thank the organisers and the events team for making this possible, especially during these unprecedented times. So have fun, have the best time and remember, start together and finish whenever – this moment is for you.’