Why so glum, Beatrice? Off-duty princess looks decidedly downcast as she pops out for coffee in New York
- Princess Beatrice, 28, was spotted taking a stroll in New York this morning
- Duke of York's eldest daughter is working on her own business consultancy
- The royal has been in the capital since splitting with her boyfriend last summer
She has been rubbing shoulders with VIP friends while between flitting a string of high-profile events in New York in recent weeks.
But Princess Beatrice opted for a decidedly low-key look when she went for a stroll in the Big Apple this morning.
The 28-year-old royal wore a casual puffer jacket thrown over a navy jumper and flared skirt with black tights as she ran her morning errands, clutching an iPhone and a cup of coffee.
Beatrice, who is seventh in line to the throne, completed her off-duty ensemble with a pair of gold-capped white trainers.
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Princess Beatrice wore a casual puffer jacket thrown over a navy jumper and flared skirt with black tights as she ran her morning errands, clutching an iPhone and a cup of coffee
The Duke of York's eldest daughter, who split from long-term boyfriend Dave Clark last summer, looked somewhat downcast as she ran a series of errands in the city.
She was last pictured partying with hotel heiress Alessandra Balazs at a glittering society ball last month.
Around 500 well-heeled guests turned out to celebrate, enjoy cocktails and eat hors d’oeuvres at the Frick Collection Young Fellows Ball: Turner by Moonlight.
Beatrice, who is currently patron of nine charities including the York Musical Society and the Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre, is said to be in the process of developing a business start-up since leaving her job at a Manhattan investment firm last summer.
Glum: The Duke of York's eldest daughter, who split from long-term boyfriend Dave Clark last summer, looked somewhat downcast as she ran a series of errands
The Princess, affectionately nicknamed Bea by friends, said at the time she was keen to pursue her 'entrepreneurial ambitions'.
According to her CV on LinkedIn, she is currently Vice President of Partnerships & Strategy at Afiniti.com, a Washington DC-based computer software company.
After leaving university Beatrice worked between September 2011 and January 2012 as a 'research associate' for her mother's charity Children In Crisis.
She moved to investment firm Cabot Square Capital in February 2012 but quit 16 months later.
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