Princess Beatrice joins good friends Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis for idyllic Mexican wedding

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After helping Mila Kunis celebrate her 32nd birthday a few weeks ago, Princess Beatrice has once again been keeping company with the Hollywood actress and new husband Ashton Kutcher. The British royal met the Kutchers – who married quietly in a secluded orchard in California last month – at a wedding in Mexico over the weekend.

Princess Beatrice and Dave Clark have been friends with Ashton for a number of years

Accompanied by her boyfriend of seven years Dave Clark, Beatrice attended the wedding of musician and tech investor David-Andrew (D.A.) Wallach, who is Spotify artist-in-residence. He married Liz Brinson, founder and editor of lifestyle blog Swirl Girl Army.

Ahead of the nuptials, which were held at the stunning Rosewood Mayakoba resort, the bride spoke about her ideas for the celebration. Liz said she liked weddings that were "free-spirited and refreshing, while still looking vibrant and full of vitality".

And it certainly seems to have been a relaxed affair with a source telling People that the couple's famous guests were seen lounging by the pool chatting, with Mila wearing a flower behind her ear. Ashton was seen playing with a baby possibly their daughter Wyatt Isabelle.

A few weeks ago the Kutchers met up with the Princess for drinks in New York

Beatrice has known the Kutchers for a few years through Dave, who currently works in New York for trendy taxi company Uber, which uses smartphone technology to link customers to unlicensed taxis. Ashton has made millions by investing in Uber and many other tech companies.

The 27-year-old royal moved to the Big Apple in February to take a finance course and now works for a private equity firm. It makes sense for the couple to be based in the US as Bea's younger sister Eugenie is also in New York working for an online auction house, and they seem to be living the American Dream with a network of well-connected and influential friends.

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