Princess Beatrice looked elegant in a long navy gown as she stepped out for an event at the Daikin Centre in London.
The royal, 34, wowed in a sophisticated long sleeved dress as she posed up a storm at the BBC Earth Experience on Wednesday evening.
The mother-of-one cinched her ensemble at the waist with a black belt and she completed the look with leather boots.
She opted for minimal makeup for the laid back event and her auburn locks were styled in a centre parting.
The BBC Earth Experience showcases footage and music from the television series Seven Worlds, One Planet, projected on multiple multi-angle screens using digital technology.
Princess Beatrice looked elegant in a long navy gown as she stepped out for an event at the Daikin Centre in London
Narration by David Attenborough the new London attraction allows audiences to feel as if they have stepped into the natural world.
It comes after Beatrice was all smiles when she was spotted leaving the same exclusive London private members club as her ex-boyfriend last night.
The royal previously dated Dave Clark, 38, for over 10 years before their split in 2016.
However, the royal – who married Italian property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July 2020 – did not appear bothered to have crossed paths with her old flame at Lou Lou’s in Mayfair.
She beamed for the camera as she exited private member’s club in central London.
Opting for a monochrome look, Beatrice was dressed in a long-line black coat with a white silk lining.
Along with her floral midi dress, the royal wore black suede heeled boots and clutched her croc-effect bag to her chest after saying goodbye to a friend.
The royal, 34, wowed in a sophisticated long sleeved dress as she posed up a storm at the BBC Earth Experience on Wednesday evening
Keeping her hair straight, Beatrice opted for a minimal makeup look for her low-key evening out.
Shortly after the royal left Lou Lou’s, Dave Clark was also pictured exiting the London club – which boasts its own restaurant and bar – with an unknown female friend.
At the time of their break-up, Beatrice was said to be ‘devastated’ by her break-up from the US-born businessman, who previously worked for Uber and is now a partner for Expa.
Just two months later, Dave was first reported to have found love again with glamorous New York advertising executive Lynn Anderson – with the pair going on to marry in a lavish ceremony in Italy in 2018.
Shortly after their break-up seven years ago, a source told the Mail on Sunday that the former couple made the decision to split following a series of ‘make or break’ talks about whether they should marry.
They said: ‘After ten years together, Beatrice and Dave had to wonder why they were not married.
‘They talked it through and decided to take time apart to reflect on the future. They remain friends and the decision to break up was mutual.’
The shocking news was believed to have devastated members of the royal family including sister Princess Eugenie and parents Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew.
The Duchess of York, in particular, was said to have felt as though she had lost a son, who she had nicknamed ‘Mr Smiley’.
Speaking at the time another source added: ‘Sarah considers Dave to be part of the family. She is very sad it didn’t work out. They have been together longer than many marriages last.’
Princess Beatrice opted for a monochrome look as she enjoyed a night out at Lou Lou’s private members club in Mayfair yesterday
Princess Beatrice and Dave Clark pictured at a London fundraiser in January 2010. The couple split in 2016 after 10 years together
Following the breakup, rumours began to circulate that Beatrice’s cousin Prince William did not approve of the relationship and demonstrated his dislike of her partner by refusing to invite him to the Royal Wedding in 2011.
Dave had been studying at Edinburgh University when William was at nearby St Andrews and the two became friends.
However the two men were said to have fallen out several years ago, after William decided Dave was too ‘indiscreet’ to invite to the Royal Wedding.
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