Princess Beatrice Looks Gorgeous in Never-Before-Seen Magazine Cover Photo
Princess Beatrice stops hearts as a previously unseen black and white picture of her surfaced on social media—the stunning shot was reportedly shot for a magazine cover in 2017.
A gorgeous photo of Princess Beatrice made its way to social media recently. Photographer Phil Poynter shared it via his Instagram page.
The photo, which had a black and white rendering, has never been seen before and is thought to have been captured in 2017.
According to Hello, it was shot when Princess Beatrice's classy red pout was featured on the cover of Chaos Magazine. The Princess was photographed with her gaze settled on the camera—she had her hair styled into a lustrous, exuberant blowdry.
For the shoot, she kept her makeup chic and elegant with well-defined brows, lashes, and matte lipstick. Poynter captioned the image:
"As part of the Chaos SixtyNine Lips cover with @patmcgrathreal, HRH Princess Beatrice of York was kind enough to sit for a personal portrait session."
Princess Beatrice was featured on 2017's edition of Chaos Magazine in support of the anti-bullying campaign, Be Cool Be Nice movement.
A note which seemed to be handwritten by Beatrice herself was published alongside the cover of her lips on monogrammed stationery. In it, she urged everyone to be cool and nice always while being passionate about the things that matter.
Their marriage should have happened on Friday, May 29.
In more recent news, Princess Beatrice and her sister, Princess Eugenie, allowed fans a peek into unseen parts of their homes.
The pair separately joined a Zoom call dedicated to honoring the winners of the inaugural Teenage Cancer Trust 2020 awards. The background in each video showed off two completely different rooms.
Eugenie joined the video link from the Royal Lodge Windsor's dressing room (most likely as she had large cream wardrobes behind her.) The wardrobes occupied the space between the ceiling and the floor, and they had silver handles.
Princess Eugenie has been in quarantine with her husband, Jack Brooksbank, and her parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, at the Windsor property since the pandemic became full-blown.
Meanwhile, Beatrice called in from her fiance, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi's family home in the Cotswolds, where they have both been isolated.
The angle at which her camera was positioned showed a room with white walls and two tall mirrors with black frames at either side of the Princess.
Beatrice and Edoardo got engaged in Italy in September 2019. Their marriage should have happened on Friday, May 29; however, with the strictly imposed lockdown conditions, the ceremony had to be postponed.