Lady Amelia Windsor is effortlessly elegant in monochrome ensemble as she poses with oil painting of herself at exclusive jewellery launch party in London
- Royal, 27, looked suitably autumnal in black high-neck dress and leather boots
- Amelia wore SALOME’s new £250 pearl earrings for their collection launch
- She posed with a painting the brand commissioned of Amelia for London event
Lady Amelia Windsor was effortlessly elegant in a monochrome ensemble as she attended an exclusive jewellery launch event in London this evening.
The royal, 27, looked suitably autumnal in a black high-necked mini dress which she paired with opaque tights and knee-high leather boots.
Adding a pop of colour to her outfit, the youngest child of George Windsor opted for an orange-and-pink silk floral bag with drawstring detail as she posed for photos at the MTArt Gallery.
The royal fashionista kept her jewellery minimal except for some of SALONE’s new £250 pearl hoop earrings, which have been named after her.
Lady Amelia Windsor attends the presentation of new jewellery collection by SALOME and artist Claire Luxton to create Natural Renaissance Collection to highlight species extinction at MTArt Gallery
Lady Amelia pictured with SALOME’s founder Kellie Daniels. The royal, 27, wore a pair of earrings from the brand’s new collection
Amelia poses with Bridgerton actress Sabrina Bartlett at the launch event in London
However, Amelia broke up her monochrome outfit with a hot pink slimline jacket as she arrived for the event celebrating SALOME jewellery’s new collection.
To mark the occasion, the sustainable brand partnered with artist Claire Luxton who produced Renaissance-inspired paintings of guests, including Amelia.
In her painting, Amelia wears an off-shoulder white dress and the earrings from their new collection.
According to the artist, the gold leaf Amelia holds in the portrait ‘represents the treasures of the natural world’.
Lady Amelia Windsor and Claire Luxton pose with the painting of Amelia. According to the artist, the gold leaf Amelia holds in the portrait ‘represents the treasures of the natural world’
Marine Tanguy, Lady Amelia Windsor and Claire Luxton pose in front of Amelia’s painting at the kewellery launch
Lady Amelia pictured with Tatler contributer Chandler Tregaskes at the SALOME jewellery launch event
The ‘Amelia’ pearl hoop earrings feature a pink Swarovski scarab beetle in the middle and gold hardware. 100 per cent of the funds raised by sales of the ‘Amelia’ earrings will be donated to the Cross River Gorilla Project
A portion of the sales from the jewellery are being donated to the charity Cross River Gorilla Project, which Amelia is a patron of.
However, 100 per cent of the funds raised by sales of the ‘Amelia’ earrings will be donated to the charity working to protect the world’s most endangered gorilla and their rainforest habitat.
The pearl hoop earrings feature a pink Swarovski scarab beetle in the middle and gold hardware.
Earlier this month, the royal used her platform to urge her 103,000 Instagram followers to visit the Choose Love charity shop in London.
The business allows customers to buy essential items – such as warm clothing and food – for refugees and displayed people across the world.
Sharing glimpses from inside the store on Instagram, Amelia wrote: ‘All your Christmas presents sorted – a variety of critical essentials to donate to refugees.’
Once called ‘the most beautiful royal’, Amelia recently took to the runways for the Zeynep Kartal x Li & Fung show.
Lady Amelia attended the reopening of the Choose Love charity shop off of Carnaby Street in Soho, Central London in the late afternoon. She was pictured in the same £450 Rixo coat she’d worn earlier that day
Amelia shared glimpses of the new shop with her 103,000 Instagram followers. The charity shop allows customers to buy essential items – such as warm clothing and food – for refugees and displayed people across the world.
The aristocratic fashionista has become a red carpet regular, attending star-studded fashion events such as the Dior show in Paris.
She is the second daughter and youngest child of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews. Her grandfather was a first cousin of the Queen.
She is currently 42nd in line to the British throne and was among the members of the extended royal family who attended the late Queen’s emotional funeral in London and Windsor on September 19