Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie are championing all things British on their one-year tour of Germany. The British government is launching the GREAT initiative to promote the country abroad, and the pair were chosen by the team at 10 Downing Street. Today, Beatrice and Eugenie kicked things off in Berlin with a visit to a school and a drive inside a Union Jack-emblazoned Mini Cooper.
According to the Daily Mail, the princesses arrived in Berlin this morning via an economy flight paid for by their pop, Prince Andrew the Duke of York. Their first stop was the British School, where they hung out with cute kids à la Kate Middleton. Princess Eugenie wore a rather drab cream double-breasted pleated peacoat, while Princess Beatrice looked great in a green and black Jonathan Saunders dress from the designer’s fall 2012 collection, which she paired with a black belt, tights, and heels. Saunders is indeed a Scottish designer, but he shows during London Fashion Week.
The long sleeves kept Beatrice modest, while the deep v-neckline showed off some skin and is definitely not a style you’d expect to be worn to an elementary school. The dress was on sale at Net-A-Porter for $874.50 from $2,915, but it’s now sold out. Womp womp.
After the school visit, the two headed to the Brandenburg Gate, where Beatrice pulled on a navy coat cinched in with the aforementioned black belt. She definitely wins this fashion face-off against Beatrice, but stay tuned for tomorrow’s.
Check out their looks below:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.