Princess Beatrice wears Australian brand Zimmermann for engagement photos

Princess Beatrice wore a Zimmerman dress to announce her engagement [Photo: PA]

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Princess Beatrice is engaged to property developer millionaire, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

Beatrice’s parents, the Prince Andrew and Sarah ‘Fergie’ Ferguson, shared the happy news on Twitter alongside a series of images of the couple.

READ MORE: Princess Beatrice engaged to property developer millionaire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi

For the images, taken by younger sister Eugenie, Beatrice opted to wear two elegant designs by Sydney-based label Zimmerman.

In the colour images, Beatrice is clad in a green, floral-print maxi dress - available to buy for £595.

Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi announce their engagement. [Photo: PA]

The second set of images, a black and white collection taken by photographer Misan Harriman at Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park, shows the royal in a second Zimmerman look: a red silk wrap dress.

It’s also still in stock and available to purchase for £550.

The brand was founded by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann in 1991, when design graduate, Nicky, started designing and selling dresses at a local market in Paddington, Sydney.

Her designs quickly caught the eye of the fashion industry and were featured in Australian Vogue. It was at that time that Nicky’s sister, Simone, joined the label. It’s evolution has now lead to the brand showing at New York Fashion Week each season, garnering numerous celebrity fans including Beyonce, Margot Robbie, Elle MacPherson and Jennifer Lopez.

It’s also a favourite with the younger royal set, having previously been worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan Markle and Zara Tindall.

READ MORE: Princess Beatrice's engagement ring designed by fiance Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi

Beatrice accessorised the ensembles with her dazzling engagement ring, which was designed by her fiancé in collaboration with the British jewellery designer Shaun Leane.

Shop Princess Beatrice’s look

Allia floral-print linen maxi dress by Zimmermann | £595 | Shop here

Espionage silk wrap midi dress by Zimmermann | £550 | Shop here

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Floral Waisted Midi Dress by M&S | £65 | Shop here

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Looking back at Princess Beatrice’s fashion to date

Princess Beatrice at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011, at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding in 2018, at the Queen's Garden Party in 2019, at Princess Eugenie's wedding in 2018 and in her engagement photos in September 2019. [Photos: PA]

Beatrice’s personal style has seen quite the evolution over the years.

In the past, she’s been criticised for her fashion choices, most notably her love of quirky headgear. A bow-adorned Philip Treacy creation worn to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011 quickly became a viral meme.

In recent years, however, she has found her sartorial stride.

The 31-year-old appeared in British Vogue along with her sister in October, 2018, and subsequently filled her wardrobe with contemporary brands, including Self-Portrait, Maje and The Vampire’s Wife.

Princess Beatrice wearing The Vampire's Wife and a headband at the Queen's Garden Party in May 29, 2019. [Photo: Getty]

Beatrice has even taken a step back from statement headgear, now favouring more modern headbands, choosing to wear a purple design to her sister, Princess Eugenie’s, wedding in October, 2018.

Now, with a much more refined style, we’ll have to wait and see what style Beatrice will choose on her wedding day.

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