We love it when the royals let loose. Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie danced at Céline Dion’s concert, and we would like an invite next time. The royal sisters had a ball at the Grammy winner’s set on Friday at the British Summer Time Hyde Park concert. The pair were seen enjoying themselves throughout the evening, as they smiled and danced at the festival. But the royal duo really let loose when it came to Dion’s set. Like any Céline concert, the sisters, along with Princess Beatrice’s boyfriend Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi, danced and sang along to some of the singer’s hits. The Canadian singer later shared she “had an amazing time” performing for the enthusiastic crowd, which, unbeknownst to her, included some of the most famous British royal family members.
NEW: Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice enjoyed Céline Dion's concert in London yesterday. pic.twitter.com/Yn9C92qTaR
— Princess Eugenie Source (@SourceEugenie) July 7, 2019
It’s been a big year for the two princesses, who are each blazing their own trailer within the monarchy. The daughters of Prince Andrew and Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, Eugenie and Beatrice have been enjoying major milestones in their personal lives. Princess Eugenie married her husband, Jack Brooksbank on January 22, 2018, with her sister serving as her maid of honor. Princess Beatrice has been seeing Mozzi — whom she’s known for years — for some time now. The pair made their official debut as a couple in March at the gala for the National Portrait Gallery.
The two sisters are also busy with charity work. Princess Beatrice’s work primarily focuses her efforts on children’s welfare and education and has particular interest in organizations that focus on learning difficulties, as she lives with dyslexia. While Princess Eugenie used her influence to form The Anti-Slavery Collective, which is dedicated to abolishing modern slavery by advocating on behalf of vulnerable women and children. With all the various responsibilities and pressures of being a royal, it’s fun to see these two sisters let loose and enjoy a concert. But next time, can we get an invite, please?