The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly joined a bevvy of celebrity friends this weekend to celebrate the latest outpost of A-list favourite, Soho House.
The royal couple are said to have partied alongside actors Douglas Booth, Eddie Redmayne and Jenna Coleman, as well as comedian Michael McIntyre and presenter Nick Grimshaw to mark the opening of Soho House Amsterdam.
The ‘highly selective’ club charges members some £830 a year for admittance to one house and £1,500 for its ‘houses’ across the world.
Romance blossomed for Prince Harry and former actress Meghan at Soho’s Cotswolds Farmhouse, famously labelled the ‘Butlins for toffs’.
The royal couple (pictured on September 4) are said to have partied alongside A-list guests to mark the opening of Soho House Amsterdam
Soho House opened its Amsterdam club over the weekend in a 1930s building on the Singel Canal.
Marking the occasion alongside founder Nick Jones were model Lily Cole, singer Ella Eyre, designer Henry Holland, actor Stanley Tucci and presenter, Richard Bacon.
According to the Evening Standard, guests in Amsterdam enjoyed a Saturday evening meal at Italian restaurant Cecconi’s before a Sunday brunch.
Soho House properties have sprung up in fashionable locations from Barcelona to Malibu to Amsterdam and it has also branched out into other areas such as the Cowshed spas and Electric cinemas.
Earlier this year Meghan was reportedly whisked off to Soho Farmhouse, in Oxfordshire, for a two-night stay with some of her closest friends ahead of her wedding.
Soho House opened its Amsterdam club over the weekend in a 1930s building on the Singel Canal
The private members’ club-cum-hotel in the Cotswolds has become a haven for stars who want to go under the radar.
The £6,000-a-night Soho Farmhouse boasts celebrity guests such as Eddie Redmayne, Mark Ronson, Poppy Delevingne and George and Amal Clooney.
It also holds fond memories for Meghan as she had previously stayed there with former Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh and visited twice with fiance Harry, 33, during their whirlwind romance last year.
Founded by Nick Jones, the entrepreneur husband of Desert Island Discs presenter Kirsty Young, Soho House has for two decades been held up as the epitome of louche British cool.
Jones owns 10 per cent of the Soho House business. He is backed by U.S. billionaire Ron Burkle, who owns 60 per cent, and tycoon Richard Caring, who owns 30 per cent.
The club forbids the taking of photos of VIP celebrity guests with phone cameras. One couple who surreptitiously tried to get guests David and Victoria Beckham into the background of their selfie had their memberships revoked.
Kensington Palace declined to comment.