Blooming lovely! Lady Amelia Windsor dons a floral suit and knitted top as she joins society DJ Mary Charteris at a Yolke X Penelope Chilvers party in London

  • Amelia Windsor, 26, attended party at Penelope Chilvers' London store tonight
  • Joined Lady Mary Charteris and¬†Gemma Chilvers at swanky event in¬†Mayfair
  • Sported boho-style trouser suit decorated¬†with floral design with green jumper
  • She is granddaughter of Edward the Duke of Kent, a first cousin of the Queen

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Lady Amelia Windsor showed off her bohemian chic style as she donned a floral trouser suit at a London launch party this evening. 

The society beauty opted for the relaxed printed suit paired with a green knitted jumper as she attended a swanky event in collaboration with Yolke at the Penelope Chilvers store in London. 

The 26-year-old royal was joined at the Mayfair event by Gemma Chilvers, who works as a fashion stylist for the British fashion brand, founded by her mother Penelope in 2004.  

The fashion house is a favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, who has worn the brand for years and recently donned a pair of the brand's boots during an engagement in County Durham. 

Lady Amelia Windsor showed off her bohemian-chic style as she donned a floral trouser suit at a London launch party this evening

The 26-year-old royal was joined at the Mayfair event by Gemma Chilvers, who works as a fashion stylist for the British fashion brand, founded by her mother Penelope in 2004

Model Lady Mary Charteris was also present at the event, sporting a pair of satin pink trousers paired with a loose-fitting button-up shirt

Amelia sported a relaxed black trousers decorated with red and blue flowers paired with a matching jacket, which she wore open to reveal a green knitted top. 

She paired the look with a dainty gold necklace and donned a fresh-faced make-up look while wearing her blonde tresses loose around her shoulders. 

Model Lady Mary Charteris was also present at the event, sporting a pair of satin pink trousers paired with a loose-fitting button-up shirt. 

The 35-year-old donned a baby pink streak in her blonde locks, pairing the look with a pair of black floral boat shoes, before treating guests to a DJ set. 

Model Lady Mary Charteris treated guests at the swanky London fashion launch to a DJ set 

The 35-year-old donned a baby pink streak in her blonde locks and paired with look with a pair of black floral boat shoes

Last month Amelia, who is signed to Storm models, was unveiled as the latest cover star of Tatler magazine.

The Edinburgh University graduate is a contributing editor of the publication and has previously appeared in the pages of the society bible.

In the past, she has also modelled for the likes of Dolce & Gabbana and designed her own range of accessories in collaboration with Penelope Chilvers.

The socialite first came to prominence at the Queen's 90th birthday party in 2016 and has since been a regular at London Fashion Week and at the British Fashion Awards.

Amelia sported a relaxed black trousers decorated with red and blue flowers paired with a matching jacket, which she wore open to reveal a green knitted top

She is the daughter of George Windsor, Earl of St Andrews, and granddaughter of Edward the Duke of Kent, who is a first cousin of the Queen. 

Amelia often wins praise for her fashion taste and regularly posts her style tips on her Instagram page, where she boasts almost 100,000 followers.

She has collaborated with luxury brands including fine jewellery specialist Alice van Cal, while also championing environmental causes such as the prevention of microplastics pollution.

Speaking about why Instagram is her preferred social media platform, Amelia said: 'It allows anyone to be creative and imaginative.

'I also love that we can share all the beautiful and meaningful things we see and hear in the world. I find it so inspiring and uplifting.'

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Lady Amelia Windsor joins Mary Charteris at London launch party 

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