Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi Stepped Out for Frieze London

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Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett - Getty Images

In late September, Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli-Mozzi welcomed their first child together, a baby girl named Sienna Elizabeth Mapelli Mozzi. Since then, the royal couple has understandably been taking some time out of the spotlight (having an infant at home will do that), but it appears they've finally decided to step out for some one-on-one time. The royal couple was spotted on Wednesday at Ned's Club Lounge at Frieze London, the renowned contemporary art fair, for their first big outing since baby Sienna arrived.

For the occasion, Beatrice opted for a classic British look—a double-breasted camel trench coat paired with black tights and black ankle booties. Edo, as her husband is affectionately known, kept it equally classic, mixing a navy blazer and trousers with a crisp white button down and white sneakers.

Though this was their first public appearance since the birth of their daughter, the couple have often been seen out and about at events—their last big outing was in July when they partook of the grand royal tradition of spectating at Wimbledon—so we can likely expect to see more of them as baby Sienna gets older.

Of course, while Sienna may be their first child together, they're not exactly untested as parents. The two also co-parent Edo's son from a previous relationship Christopher, better known as "Wolfie" who Beatrice refers to as her "bonus son." While the couple have yet to release a full image of their latest addition (they instead shared a photo of her adorable footprints along with the announcement of her name in October) here's hoping that with Beatrice and Edo getting back out into the world, we'll see more of the whole family soon.

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