Princess Beatrice may be getting ready to welcome her first child, but she recently made time for a special appearance! Last week, the royal stopped by the Russell House location of her patronage, Forget Me Not Children's Hospice, in celebration of the building's 10th anniversary.

Princess Beatrice attends garden party to honour patronage

Princess Beatrice looked stylish as she stepped out to visit her patronage in Huddersfield. As Hello! shares, the royal wore a fitted black dress that accentuated her baby bump, along with a tan-coloured coat and Gucci shoes.

Forget Me Not Children's Hospice shared several photos of Beatrice at a garden party to honour the occasion, where she spoke to various individuals and put a time capsule in the ground. "What a remarkable 10 years it's been and a wonderful centre at Russell House for the community," Beatrice tweeted in response.

Princess Beatrice of York attends the Third Annual Berggruen Prize Gala on December 10, 2018.

The royal also made a statement via the organization's website, explaining she is "simply lost for words as to the difference that this support has made to so many lives." She also called the 10-year anniversary "a momentous achievement." Back in July, Sarah Ferguson— who is also patron of the hospice— also paid the building a visit!