Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have been snapped having fun at the Bahrain Grand Prix with their husbands Edo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank.
The Queen’s granddaughters looked chipper in photos taken at the event, which was won by Charles Leclerc, to give Ferrari its first victory since Singapore in 2019. Lewis Hamilton scooped a shock third place, after starting in fifth. Carlos Sainz finished second for Ferrari.
Beatrice, 33, and Eugenie, 31, appeared to be child-free as they enjoyed the day’s racing action: it is unclear whether Eugenie’s son August, 13 months, or Beatrice’s daughter Sienna, who was born in September, attended the Grand Prix with them.
The royal sisters, who are believed to share a very close bond, dressed casually, but stylishly for the outing, both donning floral dresses.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands have been snapped having some child-free fun the Bahrain Grand Prix. Beatrice, 33, and Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, (both pictured) were snapped beaming as they enjoyed the event
Eugenie, 31 and Jake Brooksbank, 35, (both pictured) were pictured listening intently to sports presenter Natalie Pinkham, (pictured, left) who also attended the race
The royal sisters attended the Bahrain Grand Prix, where they saw Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton (pictured in action during the race) take a shock third place, after starting in fifth
Beatrice, 33, opted for a midi frock, with a pink floral print design, puff sleeves and a Mandarin collar. Her waist di lei was cinched in with a raffia belt.
She chose a relaxed half-up, half-down hair style, leaving her strawberry blonde tresses cascading down her back.
The royal completed her Grand Prix look with natural makeup that complemented her sun-kissed complexion.
Beatrice’s spouse Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, with whom she tied the knot in 2020, was pictured beaming as he wrapped his arm around his wife’s waist.
The two sister enjoyed an animated conversation with Formula 1 Racer Jackie Stewart, who also traveled to the race
Eugenie sported a colorful floral dress, and held her hair in place with the help of her tortoiseshell round sunglasses
The Italian property developer, 38, looked smart in a pair of beige slacks, a navy blazer, and blue shirt.
He finished off his casual look with a pair of orange-framed sunglasses, and a carefully coiffed hair style.
Meanwhile, Eugenie, 31, chose a slightly more colorful look, opting for a loose midi dress in blue, with a multi-colored floral print.
She accessorised with a cream jacket, a pair of round glasses worn perched on her head, and a brown handbag looped casually over her shoulder.
When it came to footwear, Eugenie sensibly prioritized comfort, wearing a white pair of trainers.
Her brown straight hair, which was worn loose, fell around her shoulders. She kept it away from her face by pushing it behind her ears.
The royal seemed delighted to have bumped into Natalie, who is close friend of hers and of the royal family, particularly her cousins Zara and Mike Tindall and Prince Harry, whom she once dated
Eugenie paired her colorful dress with a cream jacket and a brown leather handbag, opting for a casual look in Bahrain today
The royal kept her look relaxed by donning a pair of white sneakers, and choosing light, natural, everyday makeup
Jack Brooksbank, Eugenie’s husband, also cut a relaxed look in a light navy coat. He too wore a pair of sunglasses on top of his head, for a relaxed style.
The whole gang sported VIP passes for the day, which they displayed on lanyards around their necks.
During the outing, Eugenie and Jack were spotted enjoying a lively conversation with a sports presenter Natalie Pinkham, who is close to the royal family.
The royal seemed delighted to have bumped into Natalie, who is close friend of hers and of the royal family, particularly her cousins Zara and Mike Tindall and Prince Harry, whom she once dated.
Later on, the two sister were also spotted speaking to British former Formula One racing driver from Scotland Jackie Stewart.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc (pictured in action during the race today) won the event from pole position
Lewis Hamilton celebrates his third place finish (pictured, right), alongside winner Charles Leclerc and second placed Carlos Sainz Jr (pictured)
The sisters’ show of unity comes amid reports of a rift between Eugenie and her father Prince Andrew.
Eugenie is currently preparing to launch a series of podcasts in early summer that will feature a variety of guests talking about modern slavery, including sex trafficking.
Her father will not be among the guests, with a royal source telling Mail On Sunday there have been ‘zero’ conversations between the father and daughter on the topic.
It has also been reported that Eugenie waited a full month to see her father again after he settled his case with sexual assault accuser Virginia Giuffre.
The case, which was settled last month, reportedly ‘devastated’ the sisters, according to royal commentator Camilla Tominey, writing in the Sunday Times.
According to one family friend: ‘It’s been very difficult for them. I don’t think anyone has ever properly appreciated how hard it is for any child to have that level of scrutiny and exposure. But they have their own children now, so the family unit is more dispersed than it was. ‘