Princess Beatrice and Sarah Ferguson
Sarah Ferguson stuns in leather jacket as she meets Princess Beatrice and boyfriend. Pictured: Princess Beatrice and Ferguson attend The Caudwell Children Butterfly Ball at Battersea Evolution on May 20, 2010 in London. Getty Images/Stuart Wilson

Sarah Ferguson donned a stylish look when she met up with her daughter Princess Beatrice and the latter’s boyfriend.

On Thursday night, the Duchess of York was spotted at Annabel’s private club in Mayfair with her daughter, Princess Beatrice. They were accompanied by Princess Beatrice’s new boyfriend, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

In the photos shared by Express, Ferguson looked stunning in her leather black jacket, which she paired with a green dress. She styled her hair in big curls and matched her outfit with a velvet green Gucci bag and shoes. She also wore bold eye makeup for the night out.

Princess Beatrice was as beautiful as her mom. She donned a black velvet tuxedo jacket over a black dress. Her boyfriend opted for a white shirt and blazer. Just like Ferguson, Princess Eugenie’s sister wore dark eye makeup and had a fresh face look.

Ferguson has been praised for her fashion choices lately. Although she can afford to wear whatever she wants, Prince Andrew’s ex-wife doesn’t mind recycling her clothes like Kate Middleton.

Last week, the Duchess of York flew to New York to attend the premiere of Broadway play “The Life and Times of Times of The Temptations.“ Ferguson wowed her fans with her emerald green dress, mini skirt, sheer black tights, suede black trainers and black leather jacket.

It wasn’t the first time Ferguson used the green top as she was photographed wearing it at the annual Leadership Development Conference with the Women’s Foodservice Forum in Dallas days before the sighting.

When she was in Dallas, Ferguson paired her blouse with a tailored power blazer, which was ideal for a more formal occasion. She also donned a navy jacket that featured a Balmain-esque gold button.

In related news, Princess Diana was reportedly “jealous” of Ferguson because she got along well with the other members of the royal family, including Prince Charles, Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II.

One time, the Prince of Wales even asked the People’s Princess why she couldn’t be like Ferguson. Between the two duchesses, Ferguson was more comfortable in the royal circles. She could also relate to them easier compared to Princess Diana.

Princess Diana and Ferguson started as close friends. According to royal biographer Katie Nicholl, the rivalry between the two stemmed from within the royal family.