Princess Anne is the second child of Queen Elizabeth II, 93, and the monarch’s only daughter. The royal is the mother of Peter Phillips and Zara Phillips and has four grandchildren of her own. Over the years, the Princess Royal has worn a number of stylish outfits including some looks which have been copied by younger royals since. What are her most stylish looks?
As Princess Anne’s style has changed, she has focused on wearing timeless pieces which ensured she always looked on trend.
When the Princess was in her 20s, she used her fashion to make bold statements and often opted for bright colours.
While in Berlin for the Queen’s birthday celebrations in 1973, she stood out in a duck egg blue suit and commanded attention with a statement floral hat.
She may be an important royal, but Anne wasn’t afraid to dress down and wore a blue pinstripe shirt tucked into a pair of casual black jeans on a visit to Russia that same year.
While attending the Ascot races in 1980, Anne opted for a monochrome cream and black ensemble, a look which has been copied by many royals since.
In that decade, she also wore a number of glamorous dresses and paired one white frock with a timeless pearl choker necklace.
The Princess stayed on trend with block colours and oversized coats and dresses.
While she unveiled a commemorative plaque in New York City, the royal wore a skirt suit which had puff sleeves in the same lemon colour which has been worn by many modern royals.
While at an auction for The British Olympic Appeal Awards, Princess Anne wore a classy green checked skirt suit and held a black handbag under her arm.
In the 2000s, Princess Anne showed off her effortless style in a number of casual outfits.
While at the Windsor International Horse Trials in Windsor, she stood out in blocks colours in a yellow fleece and red trousers.
In recent years, the Princess Royal has mixed her love of chic looks with casual attire.
This year, the royal wore a mint green coat dress and matching hat as she watched Ascot races show why she is still a royal style icon.