On January 17, 2013, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York were in Berlin, Germany, to launch the Great Britain MINI Tour.
For this event, Princess Beatrice wore a green Jonathan Saunders dress under a black Burberry coat with a black belt and gold buckle. Her Royal Highness was also wearing black tights and a pair of black Kurt Geiger heels.
Princess Eugenie was wearing an off-white Mulberry coat with black tights.
They both wore German and British flag pins on their coats. The sisters were seen posing with a Mini Cooper car painted to look like the British flag in front of the famous Brandenburg Gate. They posed after they had driven down the one way street in the car as a way of promoting GREAT.
They also visited the British School in Berlin and met with the students there. Furthermore, they visited the e-commerce company Zalando where they posed in a giant British flag credit card for the cameras.
Their Royal Highnesses were in Germany to support the British government's GREAT campaign. The campaign was created to promote the United Kingdom abroad. They went on to visit Hanover on January 18. Their father, Prince Andrew, funded the trip.