Lady Amelia Windsor donned a quirky outfit showcasing a blend of colours as she joined a friend for a walk in north London yesterday.
The royal, 25, who goes by ‘Mel’, was spotted embracing the colder temperatures of Autumn as she dressed in a bright coat and hat for her walk.
Opting for a lilac overcoat, red and pink striped hat and denim jeans, Amelia, who is 39th in line to the throne, looked prepared for anything that Autumnal London could throw at her.
Clutching a refillable travel mug, the model also adorned her fingers with two vibrant rings, one yellow and the other green.
Lady Amelia Windsor, 25, (pictured) donned the quirky combination of a lilac coat, red and pink striped hat and vibrant yellow and green rings as she took a walk with a friend yesterday in north London
The royal and her friend, who wore a long puffer coat, chatted as they took their stroll in north London.
Amelia opted to wear minimal makeup while out with her friend as she showed off her natural beauty.
The royal has modelled for the likes of Dolce & Gabbana and designed her own range of accessories in collaboration with Penelope Chilvers.
She is signed to Storm models, which represents the likes of Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne.
Additionally she has been named as a contributing editor in Tatler Magazine, and reportedly interned at jewellery house Bulgari, during her time studying at Edinburgh university.
Fully embracing warmer clothing to combat Autumnal London and clutching a refillable travel mug, Amelia was seen taking a stroll with her friend who wore a long puffer coat
Her appearance comes after she revealed she spent the first national lockdown working on jewellery designs for a collaboration with a high-end brand – admitting it was the perfect ‘distraction’.
The royal revealed on Instagram that her limited edition range of fine jewellery with Alice Van Cal took ‘months of endless FaceTimes and one overdue face-to-face [meeting] at the end of the summer’.
She said collaborating to create the The Blue Tit collection, inspired by watching birds in the garden at her parents’ Cambridge home, was an educational experience that taught her about the craftsmanship that goes into making fine jewellery.
The six-item range starts at £695 for one blue tit halo earring, going up to £1,995 for a ring.
Alongside a photo with the founder and designer of the brand Alice Millner, Amelia gushed about the project ahead of its release, saying: ‘I was filled with joy and gratitude when asked by the amazing @alicevancal to collaborate on a small and limited edition jewellery collection at the start of the first lockdown.
Lady Amelia Windsor, 25, (pictured) has collaborated with fine jewellery brand Alice Van Cal to create a limited edition collection titled The blue tit, Cyanistes caeruleus
Amelia (pictured) who took the role of Creative Designer and Model, worked on the project during lockdown using Zoom
Blue Tit Halo earrings in ceramic and 18K gold. The £695 pieces are sold separately and do not include the blue topaz studs. The priciest piece in the collection is this yellow gold ring with Diamond, Citrine, Blue Sapphire and Peridot for £1,995
‘It was a chance to let our minds wonder and create beautiful pieces by combining our similar love for colour, whilst being inspired by Alice’s innovative and original designs. After months of endless Face Times and one overdue face-to-face at the end of the summer – the collection is complete.
‘I have learnt a lot about combining ideas and the delicate craftsmanship that goes into creating fine jewellery. I can’t wait to share it with you tomorrow’
Images from Amelia’s first fine jewellery collaboration with Alice van Cal, shows the royal wearing a white silk cami top and jeans with the stunning new accessories carefully styled.
Elsewhere, she poses in a pastel blue jumper while modelling earrings from the project.
The collection was mainly developed over Zoom during lockdown as a way of celebrating ‘freedom and promise in uncertain times’.
Amelia (pictured) is seen in the campaign wearing stunning pieces from the collection to accessories a white cami top and jeans outfit
Amelia took to Instagram ahead of the online launch of the collection, sharing a photo alongside the brand’s founder Alice Millner
Amelia has worked on three other collaborations this year that are yet to be revealed, including with UK brand Brora.
The story behind the blue tit in her latest collection is linked to the experiences she had during lockdown.
A group of blue tits would pay a daily visit to Amelia’s bird feeder in Cambridge and the beauty and freedom of this bird captivated her imagination. The bird would always feed in groups, and it came as a comfort to her that no matter what the weather or the news that day, it would always appear.
Taking inspiration from the contrast of confinement and the freedom Amelia saw in the bird in the garden, the collection explores and expresses the need and desire to feel freedom and joy.
Amelia (pictured) explained working on the collaboration was a ‘welcome distraction from confinement’ and an opportunity to express her creativity
Fulfilling the role of Creative Designer and Model, Amelia said: ‘The experience was a welcome distraction from confinement and gave me the freedom to unleash my imagination and create something I am so proud of.
‘The Boldness of colour and strength of the yellow gold is a big part of what I want to convey with the idea of how nature was able to flourish and find its freedom whilst we were spending time indoors, so there is a bit of fantasy to it.’
Alice Millner who established London based fine jewellery brand Alice van Cal in 2018, added: ‘We have had a bleak 2020 and what we need is some joy and hope. We met over a year ago and immediately had a rapport.
‘We share the same optimistic and positive outlook and together we dreamt how we could create a deep and important message in a collection which has now come to life as one of my most special yet.
Alice explained she wanted to work with Amelia (pictured) because she has her own bold jewellery style
‘Amelia has her own bold jewellery style and I thought it would be interesting to marry our different styles together, combining Amelia’s ideas whilst remaining true to the DNA of Alice van Cal’.
The six-piece limited edition collection of 18k yellow gold is available to purchase online from midday on Tuesday 10 November.
Salil, Alice van Cal workshop Head in India said: ‘We loved the process. Anything which is out of the ordinary and different is always exciting and challenging.
‘It all starts with imagining what we have to construct, then rendering it in CAD along with multiple alterations, and finally creating the finished product by hand.
Each piece takes us 4 days approximately so around 48 hours per piece in which 3 jewellery makers are involved from CAD drawing, polishing and setting stones.’