Princess Anne looks sophisticated in a tweed ensemble as she visits Investment Summit in Belfast
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The Princess Royal looked sophisticated in a tweed ensemble as she visited Investment Summit in Belfast today.
Princess Anne, 72, looked typically elegant in a khaki green and red striped tweed coat and matching skirt on Wednesday.
The late Queen’s daughter was joined by trade secretary Kemi Badenoch during the Northern Ireland Investment Summit 2023 at the ICC.
The pair looked deep in conversation and they strolled around the venue with Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris.
The royal donned a red jumper underneath her stylish ensemble which also featured red buttons.
The Princess Royal looked sophisticated tweed ensemble as she visited Investment Summit in Belfast on Wednesday
There were up to 200 international investors gathered in ICC Belfast, while large numbers of homegrown businesses were exhibiting in the hope of attracting financial support.
According to NewsLetter Mr Heaton-Harris said: ‘About 500 of the tangible benefits are sat next door because lots of people are in that room because they see benefits for their businesses to invest in Northern Ireland because of what the Windsor Framework is bringing.
‘On October 1 the first phase of the Windsor Framework comes in and we will see a big difference in how trade flows, and indeed goods coming into this country.
‘There is a lack of a direct air link between Northern Ireland and the United States, however it hasn’t stopped a large number of US investors coming to this investment summit.’
Earlier this week, she appeared alongside William, an animated Kate and former England rugby ace Mike Tindall on his podcast show.
Mike, 44, who is married to Zara, the Princess Royal’s daughter, is the presenter of The Good, The Bad and The Rugby.
During the appearance, Princess Anne recalled the early days of her daughter’s equestrian career, in which she won a silver medal at the 2012 Olympics.
Recalling what would happen if she tried to offer her advice, keen horse rider Anne said: ‘If I made a comment I was usually told I was a dinosaur.’
Princess Anne’s no-nonsense approach to the job, and to life, seems to be universally admired.
The late Queen’s daughter was joined by trade secretary Kemi Badenoch (right) during the Northern Ireland Investment Summit 2023 at the ICC
The pair looked deep in conversation and they strolled around the venue with Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris (left)
The royal donned a red jumper underneath her stylish ensemble which also featured red buttons
The only daughter and second child of the late Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise was born on August 15, 1950, at Clarence House.
At that time she was third in the line of succession to the British throne, behind her mother and older brother, now King Charles. Today, she is 17th in line.
For the earlier part of her life, Anne was educated at home at Buckingham Palace until she broke tradition for princesses and went to Benenden School in Kent in 1963.
Anne began attending public engagements in 1969 when she was 18 years old. Her first act as a working royal was opening an education and training centre in Shropshire.
Since then, the Princess has established relationships with more than 300 charities and organisations across the Commonwealth and has one of the busiest working schedules of any member of the Royal Family.
She became the President of Save the Children UK in 1970, and this was the first major charity with which she became closely associated.
In 1990, when she was 39-years-old, Anne was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by President Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia for her work as president of the charity.
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