This Saturday, February 4, Princess Anne made a remarkable appearance at Twickenham Stadium to attend the rugby match between England and Scotland. On this occasion, the companion of Timothy Laurence has indeed made a sensation with her ultra-casual outfit.
Comfort and nothing else. Winter temperatures, gray skies … the rugby match England-Scotland, held at Twickenham Stadium this Saturday, February 4, was not held in the best weather conditions. To ward off the cold, Princess Anne, who attended the match alongside her husband, Timothy Laurence, and her son-in-law, Mike Tindall, opted for a casual look. Indeed, the princess bundled up in a black coat, lined with sky blue, with a knitted sweater and a green turtleneck. The daughter of Elizabeth II also wore a black cap with a pompom that made a sensation. And for good reason: it is a headgear sold by Barbour for the modest sum of 27.95 pounds. “Introducing the stunning Alnwick beanie with a thick, stylish yarn and contrasting ribbed hem,” the Barbour brand wrote on its website, reported the Express.co.uk.
In contrast to the outfit of his companion, Timothy Laurence preferred to opt for a more stilted look. All in elegance and sobriety, the naval officer wore a beautiful dark gray overcoat with a bright white shirt and a navy blue tie. Princess Anne and her husband were able to watch the Scottish victory in style. Because, yes, under the eyes of the godmother of the Scottish rugby team, the Thistles have beaten the English 29 to 23 during the Six Nations Tournament.
Princess Anne: a busy schedule
Even if she couldn’t attend her country’s victory, Princess Anne was able to take some time to relax. And that’s the main thing. Since the beginning of the year 2023, the daughter of Elizabeth II had multiplied the trips. She started with a trip to Cyprus, where she visited the demilitarized zone of the former British colony, before flying to Greece on January 16 for the funeral of King Constantine II. A few days later, the 72-year-old heiress flew back to Kadriorg Castle in Estonia. Finally, the princess returned to her English homeland on January 29 for a church service at St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham.
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