Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will “continue to maintain aspirational public images” this year, according to a style commentator.
The Princesses of York have had an uneasy start to 2024 after their father, Prince Andrew, was named in damaging court documents linking him to the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein earlier this month.
Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie will ‘continue to maintain aspirational public images’ this year
She said: “Princess Beatrice and Eugenie will continue in their commitment to maintain aspirational public images, irrespective of the media headlines, this year.
“They have been successful in doing this previously. Despite various challenges, for instance, not being working royals, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie have been hailed as emerging style icons over the last few years.
“Both sisters have evolved in their personal style. Eugenie is notable specifically for chic looks built upon shapes from the well-groomed 1950s and early 1960s style.
“Beatrice is also a serious contender for aspiring royal style. Some even propose that she is possibly the most stylish of the British Royal Family.
Princess Beatrice is ‘possibly the most stylish of the British Royal Family’
“Looks worn by her, such as the floral caped Richard Quinn gown with built-in-gloves in September last year, or the Reem Acra vintage-inspired gown donned at Prince Hussein’s royal wedding are certainly evidence of this.
“It is in my opinion as a royal style expert that her outfits exude the most individuality and innate knowledge of fashion across the Royal Family.”
According to Kwei, the Princesses of York will not “take a step back” in 2024, regardless of the accusations directed towards their father.
She claimed: “Princess Eugenie and Beatrice will not need to take a step back in public appearances this year, despite the damaging headlines around the Prince Andrew and Epstein stories.
Princess Eugenie enjoys 1950s and 1960s style, according to a commentator
“Beatrice and Eugenie have carved their own profiles, ones that are separate and distinct enough from being just the children of Prince Andrew.
“This has been aided by the personal image brands they have developed through their fashion choices.
“They will seek to continue to do this and it will stand in their stead to be taken as serious royals irrespective of the headlines.”