Sarah ‘Fergie’ Ferguson is not afraid to push the boundaries when it comes to style.
But she opted for every woman’s staple – a little black dress – and once again wowed onlookers as she showed off her age-defying figure on Friday night.
The Duchess of York was joined by her daughter Princess Eugenie as they partied together at the Evgeny Lebedev Christmas party in London.
Wearing a tight-fitting black dress, which showed off just enough of the 58-year-old star’s figure without being too much, Fergie looked sensational for the festive celebration.
Fergie added a statement gold necklace to the ensemble, and wore thin black tights as she braved the chilly British weather.
Ditching the heels in favour of some more comfortable flat blue velvet shoes, she had a hand from a security guard as she left the venue – and smiled throughout.
The ex-wife of Prince Andrew was escorted into her waiting car, where a small post-it note could be seen on the passenger seat with the words “I love you Mummy xx” written across it.
It’s unclear where the note came from however.
Meanwhile, Eugenie opted for a monochrome lace dress for the event, with a huge white collar.
Both mother and daughter looked in great spirits as they arrived together.
They have been busy at a stream of social events in recent weeks, and just days ago Fergie stunned in black once again at the Lady Garden Gala in London.
Meanwhile, days before that, she helped celebrate the Herb it Forward Foundation’s (HIFF) inaugural year at the ACE Club in Philadelphia in the US.
Thank you so much @shellyfisher18 and @i_help_educate for having me to speak in #philadelphia. The foundation gives people the opportunity to be educated and I was honoured to meet some of the amazing and inspiring students from the #scholarship program @julia_fisher_farbman #chubbhotelandconferencecenter #education #herbitforward #herb @modernherotv #karenlotman
The foundation helps fund education for individual students, through scholarships and the HIFF community.
Sharing a photo from the event on Twitter, Sarah wrote: “Thank you so much @ShellyLFisher and @i_help_educate for having me to speak in #Philadelphia. The foundation gives people the opportunity to be educated and I was honoured to meet some of the amazing + inspiring students from the scholarship program #education @ChubbCenter.”