Princess Beatrice spotted partying late at Glastonbury VIP bar

Princess Beatrice, daughter of Prince Andrew, was spotted partying until the early hours at a secret VIP hideaway during the annual Glastonbury Festival. The revelry took place just hours after rock band IDLES incited a shocking anti-royal chant during their headline performance on the Other Stage.

The Exclusive VIP Bar

The exclusive bar, tucked away behind a hedge and guarded by double security, is a haven for hospitality guests only. Beatrice, dressed casually in a black jacket, trousers, and white trainers, blended seamlessly into the party scene. She sipped cocktails, including the £13.50 Picantes, and swayed to Kylie Minogue’s hit “Can’t Get You Out of My Head.”

Low-Key Approach

A source revealed that Beatrice loves Glastonbury but prefers to stay low-key and blend in with the crowd. Rather than drawing attention, she’d rather have a good time with her pals. It wasn’t until well past midnight that Beatrice and her group decided to wrap up their night.

Other Celebrities in Attendance

Cara Delevingne and Anya Taylor-Joy were also seen partying late into the early hours. Cara, sporting a jacket emblazoned with ‘VIAGRA,’ asked festival wardens for directions to the VIP area at 1.30am. Emma Corrin and Rami Malek, who have reportedly moved in together, were spotted cuddling at a property lock-up.

IDLES’ Controversial Performance

Rock band IDLES had earlier taken to the Other Stage, leading the crowd in chants of “F**k the King.” Their politically charged performance caused headaches for BBC executives due to its broadcast with a slight delay. During a pro-immigration song, a boat seemingly carrying migrant children was surfed through the crowd, and lead singer Joe Balbot labeled Nigel Farage a ‘fascist.’

Dua Lipa’s Headline Performance

Meanwhile, on the Pyramid Stage, pop sensation Dua Lipa wowed the audience with her first headline performance. The 28-year-old star delivered a medley of hit songs, including “These Walls,” “Break My Heart,” “Hallucinate,” “Electricity,” “Physical,” and “Don’t Start Now.” Her spectacular show concluded with fireworks, leaving her declaring it “the maddest night of my life.”

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