Rendezvous night! Newlyweds Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi stroll arm in arm through Mayfair after visiting Loulou's private members' club
- Princess Beatrice  and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi  got married ten weeks ago
- Pair appeared to be in a good mood as they walked around Mayfair on Thursday
- The couple kept it chic in all black and navy ensembles on their stroll through central London
It has been two and a half months since their royal wedding anniversary, and Princess Beatrice and her new husband are clearly still in their honeymoon phase.
The Queen's granddaughter, 32, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36, were seen arm in arm on Curzon Street in west London on Thursday evening after visiting Mayfair's private members' club, Loulou & # 39; s.
With big smiles, the newlyweds took a quick stroll through Mayfair to Green Park Station in Piccadilly, where Edoardo greeted a black cab.
Princess Beatrice, 32, and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36, were seen on what appeared to be a date night on Curzon Street in Mayfair, west London, Thursday night
Beatrice cut a chic figure in an all-black ensemble and a houndstooth clutch, while property developer Edoardo wore a loose-fitting leisure suit with sneakers.
After about five minutes' walk through central London, Edoardo stopped to call a cab for both of them.
Edoardo and Beatrice were seen safely putting on their masks before entering the black taxi.
Beatrice just kept it in an all-black ensemble, paired with a dog-tooth clutch that she held in one hand while holding her new husband's arm with the other
The couple is said to have narrowly avoided intersecting with a former flame of Beatrice's father, model Monika Jakisic, 40.
Ms. Jaksic was seen getting into a car on Cuzon Street after visiting Loulou & # 39; s Mayfair Club just minutes before the Duke of York's daughter passed by.
Prince Andrew was rumored to be dating wife Jakisic, a model and former girlfriend of George Clooney, in 2014, though the romance has not been confirmed.
After about five minutes on foot, the two were seen calling a cab before putting on their masks
Beatrice's high-booted outfit didn't seem like the perfect walking ensemble for her stroll in central London
After enjoying a secret wedding on July 17th at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo resumed their cautious start to married life with a humble honeymoon that passed through France.
The couple, who only had 20 guests at their wedding, were discovered by an eagle-eyed tourist while they were "driving a small car that was absolutely full of things" in the south of France.
"It was a great surprise to see them," said the tourist. "Edo was behind the wheel and they looked like any other couple enjoying the nice ride."
The couple stayed close as they took the romantic stroll through busy west London
After two and a half months of marriage, the couple seemed very content to be in each other's company