Beatrice and Pippa wear the same £645 collarless The Fold coat

Sharing a stylist? Princess Beatrice and Pippa Middleton wore the SAME £645 collarless coat by royal go-to brand The Fold for charity Christmas carol concert

  • Princess Beatrice and Pippa Middleton proved their eye for royal fashion as they stepped out in the same £645 coat by exclusive British brand The Fold
  • Attended Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey hosted by Kate Middleton on Wednesday
  • Princess Beatrice, 33, opted for the collarless wrap in a camel shade
  •  Pippa Middleton opted to wear The Finchley Coat in a rich forest green hue
  • Brand has rocketed in popularity since starting up in a discreet Chelsea boutique in 2012, designed to feel like a ‘member’s club’
  • Clever design boasts a ‘contouring’ wrapped waistline to give the illusion of a slimmer figure and a flattering, fit-and-flare silhouette, designed for dresses

Princess Beatrice and Pippa Middleton proved their eye for royal fashion as they stepped out in the same £645 coat by exclusive British brand The Fold on Wednesday.

Princess Beatrice, 33, who attended the Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey hosted by Kate Middleton with her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, opted for the collarless wrap in a camel shade.

Meanwhile Pippa Middleton opted to wear The Finchley Coat in a rich forest green hue, matching it with a pair of emerald drop earrings.

The brand has rocketed in popularity since starting up in a discreet Chelsea boutique in 2012, designed to feel like a ‘member’s club’, where it offers  personal services to its clients – which include the likes of Kate Middleton, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Holly Willoughby.


Princess Beatrice (left) and Pippa Middleton (right) proved their eye for royal fashion as they stepped out in the same £645 coat by exclusive British brand The Fold on Wednesday

And last night Pippa and Beatrice proved just why they had chosen the elegant coat, which boasts a flattering nipped-in hemline with black Fold logo buttons.

The tailored waist flows into a mid-length soft flared skirt, and is designed to fit perfectly over dresses.

Princess Beatrice opted for a velvet headband and coordinating clutch bag with midnight blue shoes, making a rare appearance since giving birth to baby Sienna in September.

Meanwhile Pippa, who shares son Arthur, 3, and Grace, eight months, with businessman husband James Matthews, teamed it with a black clutch, tights and classic court shoes.

Princess Beatrice, 33, who attended the Christmas carol service at Westminster Abbey hosted by Kate Middleton with her husband Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, opted for the collarless wrap in a camel shade

Meanwhile Pippa Middleton, seen with parents Michael and Carole, opted to wear The Finchley Coat in a rich forest green hue, matching it with a pair of emerald drop earrings

Princess Beatrice opted for a velvet headband and coordinating clutch bag with midnight blue shoes

e Pippa, who shares son Arthur, 3, and Grace, eight months, with businessman husband James Matthews, teamed it with a black clutch, tights and classic court shoes

The Fold was co-founded by former financier Polly McMaster, whose mission was to make women look ‘as smart as a man in his bespoke suit’.

Its popularity no doubt lies in its clever design which boasts a ‘contouring’ wrapped waistline to give the illusion of a slimmer figure and a flattering, fit-and-flare silhouette. 

With prices for a dress starting at £165, it’s certainly not a budget brand but is still affordable enough to compete for custom with the likes of Reiss, L.K.Bennett and Hobbs.

The brand has also received the royal seal of approval from the Duchess of Cambridge, who first wore one of its smart grey dresses to visit a rehab centre at Send women’s prison in 2015.

In 2018 ‘Camelot’ dress boasted a waiting list of 700 as women scrambled to get their hands on one after it sold out in every size in just 30 minutes.

The blush pink, fit-and-flare dress costs £275 and has consistently sold out season after season, with TV presenter Holly Willoughby boosting sales after wearing it live on air.

The same year Pippa Middleton wore the £495 silk Hepburn dress to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding.

PThe brand is also a favourite with Line of Duty star Vicky McClure and Game of Thrones Star Maisie William who are fans of their tailored trouser suits.

Royal seal of approval: Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria wore the brand’s beloved Camelot dress during the Chilean president’s visit to Stockholm

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