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Princess Beatrice and hubby Edoardo Mozzi hit Mayfair for some fine wining and dining

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The couple were spotted enjoying a romantic evening meal at an exclusive private members club in Mayfair on Saturday night. Pictures obtained by The Daily Mail show the smitten royal couple enjoying a glass of wine at George club before getting into a taxi.

Princess Beatrice wore a chic head-to-toe black outfit with matching black high heeled boots.

She wore her hair in slight curls and sported a loose side parting.

Her husband, Mr Mozzi, wore a smart but simple navy blue suit with a white shirt and a black coat.

The pictures show the couple enjoying dinner on the terrace of the club with Beatrice smiling widely at her husband who had his back to the camera.

It is not known whether Princess Beatrice or her husband are members of the exclusive club or whether they were visiting as guests.

A membership to the private venue costs more than £750 a year and counts other celebrities such as David Cameron amongst its regular customers.

The club was founded in 2001 and has a canopied decking for alfresco dining overlooking Mount Street.

Membership to the private experience is difficult to achieve as candidates must be proposed and seconded by two existing members of the club.

The exclusive club also supports a strict dress code preventing men and women from wearing T-shirts, shorts, sportswear or flip flops. It also forbids men from wearing their shirts untucked.

Before leaving the club, Mr Mozzi was seen carrying a present covered in yellow dinosaur wrapping paper.

The date comes a week after Princess Beatrice and her husband attended the touching funeral service for Prince Philip.

Saturday 24 April marked the official end to the Royal Family’s mourning period for the Duke of Edinburgh who passed away on April 9, aged 99.

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The funeral service for the Duke also marked Mr Mozzi’s first royal ceremony since the couple married last summer.

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