While we love Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's show-stopping style, there's another young royal's fashion sense that we simply can't get enough of: Princess Beatrice. The princess, who turns 32 on August 8, is definitely one of the most fashionable royals - which was only proved on her wedding day to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi last month, when she wore one of the Queen's vintage dresses, and the same tiara that she wore on her wedding day. (Honestly, we're still not over the added sleeves.)
So, as we raise a virtual glass to Beatrice, let's look at her style evolution, from scrunchie-wearing toddler to that fascinator to her own gorgeous wedding dress. We're sure she'll wear something equally amazing for her birthday celebrations.
Princess Beatrice's Style Evolution
Wearing a sheepskin jacket in 1991 before UGG was even A Thing.
Maybe this two-tone blue boater is where Beatrice's love of headwear started?
These butterfly sunglasses are serving up the perfect pink-red colour clash.
Who thinks Princess Charlotte might have taken a leaf out of Beatrice's puffed sleeve book?
Headband? Check. Frilly socks? Check. Sweets? Check.
The ultimate little girl party dress.
This dungarees and polo combination is adorable, no?
Not an easy shade to pull off, but doesn't this chartreuse skirt look lovely with Beatrice's hair?
Giving us 90s minimalism in matching blazer dresses.
Wearing a headscarf this summer? Beatrice beat you to it.
These loafers are very Clueless - and we're kind of into it
Twinning with Eugenie in those boho tops we all had back in 2002.
A simple camel skirt and boots combo that Meghan Markle would be proud of.
Double trend alert: straw bag and coin belt.
Looking decidedly grown up in a cinched blazer.
Who else appreciates the dog-themed accessory on Beatrice's arm?
And now we're into the fascinator era...
A slightly more toned-down version at Trooping The Colour.
The ultimate example of Princess Beatrice's fashion risk-taking at Kate Middleton and Prince William's wedding. Her Phillip Treacy hat might have spawned many memes, but we happen to love it.
For 2018's Met Gala, Beatrice chose an amethyst-coloured gown by Alberta Ferretti.
Wearing a MSGM minidress at the V&A's summer party in 2018.
For Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding, Beatrice wore a beaded Roksanda dress and a Stephen Jones headband.
For her sister's wedding in October 2018, Beatrice wore a jewel-toned skirt suit by Ralph & Russo.
At 2018's Global Gift Gala, Beatrice delivered one of her most high-fashion appearances in a sequinned gown by Gucci.
Wearing a cinch-waisted velvet dress to 2019's The Portrait Gala.
The Vampire's Wife, Susie Cave's dress label, has become a secret weapon for Princess Beatrice. Pictured at the Queen's Garden Party in 2019, she complemented its old-fashioned aesthetic with a vintage-looking headband.
For Lady Gabriella Windsor's wedding, Beatrice wore a peekaboo dress by fashion editor favourite Self-Portrait.
Beatrice proved that silky slip skirt has enduring appeal at Lenny Kravitz's photography exhibition launch party in July 2019.
Wearing Maje, and a supersized boater hat, at 2019's Royal Ascot.
Like Meghan and Kate, Beatrice knows that box-fresh trainers are the way to do smart-casual.
Wearing a symphony of pastels at Prince Jean-Christophe Napoleon and Olympia Von Arco-Zinneberg's wedding last year.
For her engagement portrait, taken by Princess Eugenie, Beatrice wore a floral Zimmermann frock - and her bespoke engagement ring by Shaun Leane.
Ah, her wedding day! We're still not over the sleeves that were added to this Norman Hartnell dress, which was originally worn by the Queen. Something borrowed, with a twist.