Princess Beatrice was spotted enjoying the last day of Glastonbury with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on Sunday, after she was reportedly left red-faced when her card was declined at the bar.
Beatrice, 33, was seen enjoying the sunshine with husband Edoardo, 38, as the couple enjoyed a weekend at Worthy Farm while blending into the crowds.
The princess wore a stylish denim shirt dress with a matching belt, teamed with a black casual jacket and a pair of white trainers.
The mum of one, who gave birth last year to her first child Sienna, also wore a small satchel bag over one shoulder and wore her hair in a casual ponytail, as she donned a pair of dark sunglasses.
Husband Edoardo, meanwhile, wore a pair of dark jeans and a white T-shirt underneath a blue shirt, as he walked beside his wife with his hands tucked into his pockets.
It comes after Beatrice was reportedly left embarrassed after her card was declined three times during a visit to the bar at Glastonbury.
Heading to grab some refreshments from the Pony Bistro bar on site, the princess queued up but faced an awkward moment when her card was declined, according to the Daily Star.
However, the princess reportedly brushed off the mishap and returned back to the crowds with husband Edoardo to enjoy the festival.
The couple were also spotted earlier in the festival, with Beatrice wearing a green, military-style jacket, while Edoardo wore a black coat over a white T-shirt and jeans.
The latest appearance of the Royals isn’t the first time they’ve been spotted at the Worthy Farm event, with Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and even Prince Charles previously having attended in the past himself.
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Prince William and wife Kate have also expressed their desire to one day grace the muddy fields of Somerset and experience the festival for themselves, with the future King even joking that his dancing might one day “get him into trouble”.
The comments were made during a BBC interview back in 2017, with William admitting he’s “really into music” and would love to attend, but logistically it would prove problematic.
"Unfortunately it’s quite tricky [to go to concerts],” he explained.
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