Beatrice opted for a casual low-key look for the occasion, pairing a dark blue gilet with a black floral dress, while Edo donned a navy jacket with straight black trousers.
The couple appeared relaxed as they chatted with friends after the lunch, which came days after they enjoyed dinner at the exclusive members club George in Mayfair.
Princess Beatrice proved she has been making the most of lockdown restrictions lifting as she dined out with her husband and friends earlier this week
The Queen ‘s granddaughter, 32, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi , 36, were spotted enjoying lunch at a restaurant down by the river in West London on Saturday, before hopping in a taxi home
Beatrice opted for a casual low-key look for the occasion, pairing a dark blue gilet with a black floral dress, while Edo donned a navy jacket with straight black trousers
Beatrice opted for a black floral dress for the occasion, and ensured she stayed warm against any spring chill by wearing dark tights and a pair of chunky black biker boots.
Meanwhile she layered up in a striped breton style blazer with a black puffer gilet.
Princess Beatrice wore her auburn tresses in loose waves over shoulders and opted for a natural makeup look.
She ensured she remained stylish throughout the lunchtime meet by opting for a pair of cool black and gold sunglasses.
The couple appeared relaxed as they met with friends, one of whom appeared to be showing off a blossoming baby bump, at the restaurant
The couple could be seen chatting animatedly to a friend as they waited outside the restaurant ahead of their lunch date
The couple appeared relaxed as they met with friends, one of whom appeared to be showing off a blossoming baby bump, at the restaurant.
It comes days after Beatrice and Edo dined out with one another at an exclusive member’s club.
The couple appeared smitten as they enjoyed dinner on the terrace at the club, with Beatrice beaming as she chatted to her husband.
The VIP visitor wore her hair in loose curls which were brushed back into a loose side parting, keeping her makeup to a minimum.
Taking the leftovers home! After leaving the lunch, Beatrice was seen carrying a yellow take-out box
The couple could be seen chatting animatedly, before stepping out of the club and climbing into a taxi.
It is not known whether Beatrice is a member of the exclusive club – which counts the likes of David Cameron among its regulars and costs more than £750 a year – or just a guest.
Infamous for its strict dress code, t-shirts, leggings and flip flops are strictly banned for female guests while men are forbidden from sporting untucked shirts.
The couple were joined by a second friend as they left the restaurant, who could be seen walking alongside Beatrice (right)
At one stage, the friend could be seen removing her cosy green jumper as she lapped up the sunshine alongside Beatrice
Princess Beatrice’s husband, whom she wed last summer, appeared animated as he spoke with the royal on their way to their car
A bottle of wine can cost as much as £28 a glass, while one bottle of vintage champagne is priced at an eye-watering £700.
She has been spotted at the club in the past, and was seen leaving the exclusive bar at 2.30am the week of her sister Eugenie’s royal wedding.
The outings come after a difficult period for the couple, as the royal family came to the official end of the mourning period for Beatrice’s grandfather Prince Philip.
The group walked through the sunshine and continued to chat as they arrived at Beatrice’s car with one another
The outings come after a difficult period for the couple, as the royal family came to the official end of the mourning period for Beatrice’s grandfather Prince Philip
Edo joined Beatrice for the funeral last week, marking his first royal ceremony since the couple tied the knot last summer.
Beatrice wore a long collared jacket, believed to be a custom Claire Mischevani coat, as she attended St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, accompanied by her husband for the funeral last weekend.
She paired her sophisticated ensemble with a round hat embellished 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.
The couple appear to have been enjoying the spring-weather in London following the end of the official mourning period for Prince Philip
After the lunch, Beatrice could be seen offering her friend a close hug before hopping into her waiting car
Beatrice and her husband joined other royals outside St George’s Chapel ahead of the funeral, including her younger sister Princess Eugenie, her husband Jack Brooksbank, Kate Middleton and Zara and Mike Tindall.
The couple then entered St George’s Chapel and sat alongside Eugenie, 31, and her husband Jack, as well as Zara and Mike – both of which have recently welcomed baby boy’s who they named after Prince Philip – for the emotional ceremony.
Days earlier, Princess Beatrice shared a lesson she learned from her grandfather at her final public appearance before his death – explaining how he encouraged her not to become ‘obsessed with solutions’ and to focus on the journey to get there instead.