Princess Beatrice seemed to have gotten a head start on the coronation celebrations last night as she headed out for a night out in Soho with her husband and brother-in-law.
The Royal Family, 34, left Chiltern Firehouse with Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 39, and Princess Eugenie’s husband, Jack Brooksbank, 37.
While Beatrice’s younger sister Eugenie, who is heavily pregnant with her second child, didn’t join in the fun, the group appeared in high spirits during the night out.
The trio was joined by socialite Philip Sallon, who boldly dressed up as Beatrice’s uncle King Charles in a nod to the Monarch’s coronation tomorrow.
The mother of one is expected to attend a number of official events this weekend as the UK crowns its new sovereign.
Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi appeared to be ahead of the coronation celebrations when they were spotted in Soho last night.
Beatrice looked very stylish in a black dress, which she paired with a sparkling black and white bomber jacket.
Beatrice wore the midi dress with the glittery blazer, as well as some nice heels and black tights.
Her silky strawberry blonde locks were styled with a straight hair dryer resting on her shoulders, behind her ears.
The mother of one wore natural makeup with a touch of eyeliner and mascara to put the focus on her blue eyes.
She threw a wide grin for the cameras as she entered the club with her husband Edo, who was dressed in a combination of black jeans and white sneakers and a jacket with navy blue sleeves over a crisp white shirt.
Meanwhile, her brother-in-law put on very casual jeans and paired them with a white shirt and a green parka jacket.
The trio looked happy with their time out in the city ahead of a weekend in which they will attend several events for King Charles’s coronation.
To get into the spirit of these royal festivities, socialite Philip Sallon donned his own regalia last night, donning a red and white cape with a white suit underneath and a toy crown.
The couple was joined by Beatrice’s brother-in-law Jack Brooksbank, who turned 37 earlier this week
The trio was joined by socialite Philip Sallon, who boldly dressed up as Beatrice’s uncle King Charles in a nod to the Monarch’s coronation tomorrow
Beatrice’s cousin, the Prince of Wales, was also in Soho yesterday, albeit earlier in the day, where he joked that the family didn’t have much planned for the historic weekend.
He and the Princess of Wales traveled on the Elizabeth Line to a rendezvous at the Dog and Duck pub, where they had pints and talked to the staff.
And then the first-in-line to the throne made the crowd smile after joking about the couple’s plans for the coronation of his father, King Charles III, this weekend.
When asked by a member of the public if he had anything planned for the next few days, the Prince of Wales joked: “No, a very quiet weekend, nothing happening at all.”
Beatrice looked stylish as she got out of her car before entering the Soho club
Beatrice and Edo made a handsome couple, with the royal donning a black dress with a shiny bomber jacket
Jack Brooksbank wore a relaxed fit for his night out with jeans, a white T-shirt and a green parka
Beatrice put on the dress with the bomber jacket and heels with black tights. Edo wore white trainers with his look
Edo gallantly ushered Beatrice into the club, his hand resting gently on her arm. The pair are expected to attend several official events this weekend
Beatrice seemed to be enjoying her night out on the town with the boys and grinned broadly at the camera
Jack, who accompanied his sister-in-law and her husband on their night out, looked relaxed and ready to party
Beatrice held her phone in hand as she entered the club. Meanwhile, Edo kept his hands in his pockets
Earlier in the day, Kate admitted the family were still getting “all ducks in a row” for the big day, though they had already noticed a “great” atmosphere and excitement “already starting to build.”
The princess also revealed that her three children were deeply immersed in the preparations, saying: “The children are celebrating their coronation party at school today.”
She added that their eldest child, Prince George, is “excited” about the event and has taken part in the rehearsals as a page of honor at the Westminster Abbey service.
And the royal family added that their eldest child, Prince George, was “excited” about the upcoming celebrations and had taken part in the rehearsals.
She explained that George was a page of honor at the service at Westminster Abbey and when asked if he was looking forward to it, she replied: “I really am. After doing a few rehearsals, I think everyone is a bit more relaxed.’
Outside the pub, they met cheering crowds of royal fans, who greeted them with cries of ‘We love you!’ before the pair posed for selfies with the crowd.
William seemed relaxed and told a group discussing the newly opened Shambles bar in Windsor: ‘I like a cocktail! Don’t do it before the coronation, but maybe after!’