Princess Eugenie opted for an all-black outfit when she attended the annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday, Dec. 16. However, it was her festive nail art that stole the show at the party hosted by her grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. Her bright red manicure with gold snowflake and reindeer completed her fun festive look.

The 25-year-old princess wore a lacy black dress which she pared with a matching coat. Her brunette tresses were left loose over her shoulders with a side part. She completed her look with a hint of pink lip gloss and some matching blusher for her cheeks.

Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson’s daughter was photographed showing off her festive nails during the Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace. The queen’s granddaughter flaunted her festive nail polish during the event. The nail art consisted of glittering gold snowflake and the Rudolf reindeer with his red nose, Hello reports.

The event is the prelude to the holidays. The traditional lunch provides an occasion for all the British royals to get together and celebrate Christmas in London. Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the royal family will also celebrate at Sandringham House in Norfolk. On Christmas Day, there will be a smaller lunch gathering after the morning church service.

Other royals who attended the Christmas lunch include Prince Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall. Prince Harry escorted his sister-in-law Kate Middleton and his nephew Prince George, as his brother Prince William was away. The little scene stealer was George with his curly blonde hair, white shirt with a Peter Pan and a navy cardigan.

Meanwhile, this is not the first time Princess Eugenie has showed off her penchant for nail art. During the Diamond Jubilee celebration of her grandmother, she showed off her Union Jack-themed nails as she stepped out for the Epsom Derby in 2012.

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