Princess Anne tries to keep straight face as she speaks to topless models

Princess Anne struggled to keep a straight face as she met topless models at a London fashion show yesterday.

The Princess Royal, 69 gave a large smile as she was introduced to the models who were only wearing decorated chains across their chests.

Anne was on hand to present the Queen Elizabeth Award for British Design at the London showcase.

The award was presented to Rosh Mahtani for her Alighieri jewellery line, which is committed to sustainability and ethical practices.

Anne was later introduced to British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, who is a close friend of Meghan Markle after their collaboration on the September issue last year.

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This marked the royal’s first outing to London Fashion Week and comes two years after Queen Elizabeth made her debut at the event to present the same award to designer Richard Quinn.

Since his win, Richard Quinn has seen massive success with fashion weeks in Paris and clothing celebrities such as Kendall Jenner and Cardi B.

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In 2019 The Duchess of Cornwall was invited to present Bethany Williams with the prestigious prize.

Ahead of Anne's appearance the official royal family Instagram account posted a throwback of some of Anne’s greatest fashion moments.

Nine of her most memorable looks were shared on the account to mark the occasion.

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