The Duchess of York is immensely proud of her daughters and was understandably upset when their fashion choices for Kate and William’s Royal Wedding hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Now, to ensure the girls don’t make the same mistakes again, Sarah has enlisted the help of a stylist.
The former Royal told Hello! magazine: "After the wedding hat thing, I realised that I wasn't there enough to go around the shops, so I pulled in the help of [stylist] Charlie Anderson for a few weeks.”
Although Charlie is believed to have had a helping hand in choosing Beatrice and Eugenie’s outfits for the second Royal Wedding of the year – Zara Phillips marriage to Mike Tindall – Sarah was keen to stress that her daughters don’t have a full time stylist and make some great fashion choices on their own.
This is especially true of Beatrice, who managed to turn negative headlines about her Philip Treacy headpiece into something positive, by putting the item on eBay and raising an incredible £81,100.01 for Unicef UK and Children in Crisis via the Little Bee Initiative.
The Duchess added: "I think it is important that Beatrice doesn't get labelled as having a stylist because she doesn't have one.
"She has done it all herself and has immaculate good taste but she was working so hard to get her 2:1 degree that she didn't have time to go shopping."
Since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding, the girls have been praised for their elegant style, especially when they stole the show at Elton John's White Tie and Tiara Ball in June.
Eugenie (21) looked striking in a floor length, red, Vivienne Westwood gown which was clinched in at the waist to accentuate her curves, while Beatrice (22) opted for a dramatic, nude, Elie Saab net and flower gown which showed off her recent weight loss.
Fashion watchers will be keen to see what the elegant young ladies wear when they head to big cousin Zara’s wedding at the Canongate Kirk in Edinburgh this Saturday.