The royals have been sporting some enviable face masks during the coronavirus outbreak.

But Princess Anne, 70, has recently taken it one step further with a stylish, personalised face mask.

Fans were very impressed with the design she wore on her most recent royal engagement.

The Queen’s daughter was visiting her patronage Citizens Advice Harlow, where she chatted to staff and members.

There she learnt about how they are working with the community amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

In keeping with government guidelines, the Princess Royal wore a face mask to the event.

She opted for a white face covering embroidered with her royal monogram – the initial A and the crown emblem above it.

Princess Anne
Princess Anne wore an elegant white face mask with her royal monogram on it

All members of the royal family have their own cypher, which they use on stationary and in other official situations.

Fans were quick to show their love for her personalised face mask on social media.

One fan said: “That’s the best looking mask I’ve ever seen!”, as reported by the Daily Mirror.

Princess Anne
Princess Anne impressed fans with her choice of face covering

Another added: “She’s always had sass and is so cool”, while a third wrote: “I like that. Looks elegant.”

Princess Anne is not the only royal who has been spotted in a stylish face mask recently.

In August, Kate, the Duchess in Cambridge, was spotted wearing a pink floral mask from Amaia, which subsequently flew off the shelves.

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, also wore a face mask during a visit to the National Gallery, and Boots Piccadilly in July.

She opted for a blue Liberty print face covering, with peacock feather detailing made by Fiona Clare.