Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi look beaten as they leave Loulou’s private club in Mayfair after dinner
- The couple enjoyed a date night at the exclusive restaurant in Mayfair on Friday
- Beatrice, 32, opted for a smart look when she put on a black dress and jacket
- Husband Edoardo Mozzi, 36, dressed his navy blue suit with a black jacket
- Their date night comes two weeks after the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral
It’s been nearly a year since their royal wedding anniversary, and Princess Beatrice and her new husband are clearly still in the honeymoon phase.
The Queen’s granddaughter, 32, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36, were seen leaving Loulou’s private club in Mayfair on Friday night after a meal together.
Beatrice opted for a smart look in a black head-to-toe ensemble that she complemented with dark blue suede boots.
Night out: Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were seen leaving Loulou’s private club in Mayfair on Friday night after a meal together
Meanwhile, Edo looked smart in a simple navy blue suit, white shirt, and black coat when he stepped out with his wife.
The VIP attendee wore her hair down half and half and usually kept her makeup to a minimum.
The couple looked beaten as they left the chic eatery together arm in arm after enjoying an evening in luxury.
Style: Beatrice opted for a smart look in a black head-to-toe ensemble that she accessorized with dark blue suede boots
The night out comes after a rough patch for the couple, as the royal family came to the official end of their mourning period for Beatrice’s grandfather Prince Philip.
Edo joined Beatrice for the funeral two weeks ago, his first royal ceremony since the couple tied the knot last summer.
Beatrice wore a long jacket, presumably a Claire Mischevani tailored coat, as she went to St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, accompanied by her husband for the funeral.
Date night: Meanwhile, Edo looked neat in a simple navy blue suit, white shirt and black jacket when he stepped out with his wife
Family: Edo joined Beatrice two weeks ago for The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, marking his first royal ceremony since the couple tied the knot last summer.
She paired her sophisticated ensemble with a round hat adorned with a large black bow and a pair of understated stiletto heels as she joined her family to mourn the loss of the late Duke of Edinburgh.
Beatrice and her husband joined other royals outside St George’s Chapel for the funeral, including her younger sister Princess Eugenie, husband Jack Brooksbank, Kate Middleton and Zara and Mike Tindall.
The couple then entered St George’s Chapel and sat next to Eugenie, 31, and her husband Jack, as well as Zara and Mike – both of whom recently welcomed a baby boy they named after Prince Philip – for the emotional ceremony.
Days earlier, Princess Beatrice shared a lesson she learned from her grandfather in her last public performance before his death – explaining how he encouraged her not to become ‘obsessed with solutions’ and focus on the journey to get there. come.
Upset: Princess Beatrice shared a lesson she learned from her grandfather during her last public performance before his death