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Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice both attend the Bahrain Grand Prix with their husbands

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie were pictured having fun at the Bahrain Grand Prix with their husbands Edo Mapelli Mozzi and Jack Brooksbank.

The Queen’s granddaughters looked stunning in photos taken at the event, which was won by Charles Leclerc to give Ferrari its first victory since Singapore in 2019. Lewis Hamilton took a shocking third place, after being started fifth, while Carlos Sainz finished second for Ferrari.

Beatrice, 33, and Eugenie, 31, appeared to be childless as they enjoyed the day’s run: It’s unclear whether Eugenie’s son August, 13 months, or daughter of Béatrice, Sienna, born in September, attended the Grand Prix with their.

The royal sisters, who share a very close bond, dressed casually but stylishly for the outing, both wearing floral dresses.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and their husbands were pictured having fun childless at the Bahrain Grand Prix Beatrice, 33, and Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38 (both pictured) were pictured beaming as they enjoyed the event

Eugenie, 31, and Jake Brooksbank, 35 (both pictured) were pictured listening intently to sports presenter Natalie Pinkham (pictured, left) who also attended the race

Eugenie, 31, and Jake Brooksbank, 35 (both pictured) were pictured listening intently to sports presenter Natalie Pinkham (pictured, left) who also attended the race

The royal sisters attended the Bahrain Grand Prix, where they saw Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton (pictured in action during the race) take a shocking third place, having started fifth

The royal sisters attended the Bahrain Grand Prix, where they saw Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton (pictured in action during the race) take a shocking third place, having started fifth

Béatrice, 33, opted for a midi dress, with a pink floral print, puffed sleeves and a Mao collar, her waist is cinched by a raffia belt.

She chose a relaxed half-up, half-down hairstyle, leaving her strawberry blonde tresses cascading down her back.

The royal completed her Grand Prix look with natural makeup that complemented her sun-kissed complexion.

Beatrice’s wife, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who she married in 2020, was pictured beaming as he wrapped his arm around his wife’s waist.

The two sisters had a heated conversation with Formula 1 driver Jackie Stewart, who also made it to the race.

The two sisters had a heated conversation with Formula 1 driver Jackie Stewart, who also made it to the race.

Eugenie wore a colorful floral dress and held her hair in place with her round tortoiseshell sunglasses

Eugenie wore a colorful floral dress and held her hair in place with her round tortoiseshell sunglasses

The Italian property developer, 38, looked stylish in beige trousers, a navy blazer and a blue shirt.

He finished off his casual look with a pair of orange-rimmed sunglasses and a neatly styled hairstyle.

For her part, Eugenie, 31, opted for a slightly more colorful look, opting for a loose midi dress in blue, with a multicolored floral print.

She accessorized with a cream jacket, a pair of round glasses worn perched on her head and a brown handbag slung casually over her shoulder.

In terms of shoes, Eugenie wisely favored comfort by wearing a pair of white sneakers.

Her straight, loose brown hair fell to her shoulders and she brushed it away from her face, pushing it behind her ears.

The royal seemed delighted to have met Natalie, who is close friends with her and the royal family, especially her cousins ​​Zara and Mike Tindall and Prince Harry, whom she once dated.

The royal seemed delighted to have met Natalie, who is close friends with her and the royal family, especially her cousins ​​Zara and Mike Tindall and Prince Harry, whom she once dated.

Eugenie paired her colorful dress with a cream jacket and brown leather handbag, opting for a casual look in Bahrain today

Eugenie paired her colorful dress with a cream jacket and brown leather handbag, opting for a casual look in Bahrain today

The royal kept her look casual by donning a pair of white trainers and choosing light, natural, everyday makeup

The royal kept her look casual by donning a pair of white trainers and choosing light, natural, everyday makeup

Eugenie’s husband Jack Brooksbank also cut a casual look in a light navy coat. He too wore a pair of sunglasses on top of his head, for a casual style.

The whole gang sported VIP passes for the day, which they displayed on lanyards around their necks.

During the outing, Eugenie and Jack were spotted chatting with a sports presenter, Natalie Pinkham, who is close to the royal family.

The royal seemed delighted to have crossed paths with Natalie, who is close friends with hers and the royal family, especially her cousins ​​Zara and Mike Tindall and Prince Harry, whom she once dated.

Later, the two sisters were also spotted talking to former British Scottish Formula 1 racing driver Jackie Stewart.

Ferrari's Charles Leclerc (pictured in action during the race today) won the event from pole position

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc (pictured in action during the race today) won the event from pole position

Lewis Hamilton celebrates his third-place finish (pictured, right), alongside winner Charles Leclerc and runner-up Carlos Sainz Jr (pictured)

Lewis Hamilton celebrates his third-place finish (pictured, right), alongside winner Charles Leclerc and runner-up Carlos Sainz Jr (pictured)

The sisters’ show of unity comes amid reports of a rift between Eugenie and her father, Prince Andrew.

Eugenie is currently gearing up to launch a podcast series in early summer that will feature a variety of guests talking about modern slavery, including sex trafficking.

Her father will not be among the guests, with a royal source telling Mail On Sunday there had been ‘no’ conversation between father and daughter on the matter.

It was also reported that Eugenie waited a full month to see her father again after settling his case with sexual assault accuser Virginia Giuffre.

The case, which was settled last month, is said to have been “devastating” the sisters, according to royal commentator Camilla Tominey, writing in The Sunday Times.

According to a family friend: “It’s been very difficult for them. I don’t think anyone has ever really appreciated how difficult it is for a child to have that level of scrutiny and exposure. But they have children of their own now, so the family unit is more scattered than it used to be.

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