Princess Beatrice spotted partying at Glastonbury Festival hours after shock chant

Princess Beatrice seen partying at exclusive VIP area at the Glastonbury Festival
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Princess Beatrice was spotted revelling until the early hours in an exclusive VIP area at the Glastonbury Festival. This occurred just hours after the rock group IDLES incited thousands of festival-goers to shout 'F*ck the King' during their performance on the Other Stage on Friday night.

Oblivious to the anti-royal sentiment, Beatrice was seen unwinding with friends at the Soho House pop-up following Dua Lipa's show on the Pyramid Stage. The exclusive bar, which is tucked away behind a hedge and guarded by two levels of security, is open only to those with hospitality access.

Beatrice, opting for a casual look with a black jacket, trousers, and white trainers, was observed indulging in cocktails until the wee hours of Saturday, reports the Mirror. The Princess went largely unnoticed as she enjoyed £13.50 Picantes and moved to the rhythm of Kylie Minogue's hit 'Can't Get You Out of My Head'.


A source disclosed: "Beatrice loves Glastonbury and always has a great time but she prefers to stay low key and blend in with the crowd. She'd rather have a good time with her pals than draw attention from anyone else."

It wasn't until well past midnight that Beatrice and her companions decided to end their night.

Among other celebrities who demonstrated their endurance after Dua's memorable headline act were Cara Delevingne and Anya Taylor-Joy. The duo sought help from festival wardens to locate the VIP section at 1.30am. Cara was sporting a jacket emblazoned with the word VIAGRA.

Cara was visibly delighted when a group of festival attendees recognised her and expressed their admiration for her recent portrayal of Sally Bowles in Cabaret.

Additionally, Emma Corrin and Rami Malek appeared more intimate than ever as they were spotted cuddling at a property lock up at 2am. The Crown actress, who gained fame for her role as Princess Diana in the popular Netflix series, nestled into the chest of the Bohemian Rhapsody actor while they waited for their belongings.

They also engaged in conversation with fans in the queue, receiving compliments on their acting performances before leaving hand in hand. Earlier this month, it was reported that the duo have moved in together, sparking rumours of an impending engagement.

Meanwhile, Princess Beatrice was thoroughly enjoying herself with her celebrity friends. Just hours earlier, rock band IDLES had taken to the Other Stage, leading the crowd in chants of 'F*ck the King.

The offensive language caused a headache for BBC executives as the set was broadcast with only a few minutes delay on Friday night. The band interspersed their performance with various political statements.

During a song promoting immigration, a boat seemingly carrying migrant children was passed through the crowd. Lead singer Joe Balbot labelled Nigel Farage a 'fascist'.

On the Pyramid Stage, Dua Lipa captivated the audience with her first headline performance, complete with fireworks, polished dance routines and surprise guests.

The pop sensation recounted the event as "the maddest night of my life" while she performed a variety of her hit songs for partygoers, which included crowd favourites like These Walls, Break My Heart, Hallucinate, Electricity, Physical and Don't Start Now.

At 28 years old, she began and concluded her show at the Pyramid stage with songs from her third album, Radical Optimism, starting with Training Season and wrapping up with Houdini amidst a backdrop of fireworks.

Concluding her set, she expressed, "This has been a massive dream come true," and then proclaimed her affection with "Glastonbury, I love you".