Flora Vesterberg looked as elegant as ever as stepped out for an exciting new project at The Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace.
For its 25th anniversary edition, Asian Art in London commissioned art historian and broadcaster Flora to take part in a video series. The first episode focuses on Japan: Courts and Culture exhibition which features Japanese treasures from the Royal Collection, including objects that her thrice great-grandmother Queen Victoria was given and collected.
WATCH: Flora Vesterberg rocks elegant dress as she announces exciting new project. Videography: Georgia Rothman
The Queen's cousin Princess Alexandra's granddaughter nailed business chic for the occasion, stepping out in a black midi dress from Jane Atelier with a flattering pencil silhouette. It came complete with a V-neck and cropped sleeves featuring delicate buttons, and it retails for £540 – but only the red colourway is still in stock.
Keeping her accessories minimal, Flora added a gold watch and her sparkling engagement ring from her husband Timothy, with whom she recently marked her second wedding anniversary.
Flora opted for a black pencil dress as she discussed Japan: Courts and Culture exhibition
She kept her blonde hair down in shiny waves and wore glowing makeup, including a dewy base and long lashes.
During the video, Flora discussed everything from white and blue painted Japanese Sake bottles gifted to Victoria to landscape photography. Inspired to see it for yourself? The exhibition exploring the relationship between the British and Japanese royal and imperial families is on view until 26 February 2023.
The royal attended the Queen's funeral in a Self Portrait dress
Flora's latest news comes just weeks after she attended Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's funeral on 19 September, alongside other members of the royal family. She once again chose black for the sombre occasion at Westminster Abbey, but this time it was Self-Portrait's signature 'Tailored Crepe and Chiffon Midi Dress.'
The belted blazer-style dress features a pleated lace-trimmed skirt, and the ethereal gown is also owned by Princess Beatrice and Princess Kate.
Beatrice wore the exact same version just days before at Westminster Hall, while the Princess of Wales rocked the white colourway at the reception for Hold Still, and again at the Queen's Platinum Party at the Palace this summer.
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