Princess Anne exudes 'beauty and grace' in classic beige suit and her trademark matching scarf

The Princess Royal has arrived in Canada to attend a special conference and royal fans are loving her elegant airport outfit

Princess Anne's beige suit and trademark scarf in Canada exudes 'beauty and grace'
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Princess Anne has been hailed as the 'definition of beauty and grace', after arriving in Canada wearing a classic beige suit with her signature matching scarf. 

The Princess Royal has delighted fashion fans yet again. 

Princess Anne arrived in Alberta, Canada on Sunday to attend an important conference, marking her second trip to the Commonwealth nation in the past month. The 72-year-old was greeted at the airport by Salma Lakhani, the city's Lieutenant governor and representative of King Charles III in the Province of Alberta. 

Never one to disappoint with her style, Princess Anne's travel outfit consisted of a beige blazer with her signature beige neck scarf and a simple updo hairstyle. She teamed the elegant jacket with a white shirt with a flared collar, giving the monochromatic ensemble a jazzy finish. She also skipped on the earrings (a handy trick to speed up airport security) and appeared to be wearing light makeup. 

Princess Anne's latest outfit in Canada has been met with approval online, with fans taking to Twitter to praise the hardworking royal. 

"HRH The Princess Royal is the pure definition of beauty and Grace," one person wrote. "Her commitment and dedication has never been doubted or wavered." 

"The GOAT Princess Royal," another person said. 

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Princess Anne is currently in Canada to attend the 11th Duke of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conference, which was founded by the late Prince Philip in 1956 as "an extraordinary experiment". 

Princess Anne

Princess Anne in Canada in 2014 

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According to its official website, the two-week-long event will host "300 of the world’s most promising emerging leaders from business, government, labor, and the community sector" and "expose each member to new experiences, provoking arguments and different perspectives, so that the quality and relevance of their decision-making as leaders is improved." 

Emma Dooney
Lifestyle News Writer

Hailing from the lovely city of Dublin, Emma mainly covers the Royal Family and the entertainment world, as well as the occasional health and wellness feature. Always up for a good conversation, she has a passion for interviewing everyone from A-list celebrities to the local GP - or just about anyone who will chat to her, really.

Emma holds an MA in International Journalism from City, University of London, and a BA in English Literature from Trinity College Dublin.