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Princess Beatrice joins Prince Harry's former girlfriend Chelsy Davy at exhibition

December 4, 2013
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Princess Beatrice mingled with her cousin Prince Harry's former girlfriend Chelsy Davy at a private viewing of Nikolai Von Bismarck's new photography exhibition on Tuesday night.The 25-year-old royal went for wintry chic for the exclusive evening and viewing of In Ethiopia at London's 12 Francis Street Gallery, wearing a navy blue skater skirt and black jacket. She kept warm in opaque tights and finished her outfit with a pair of black heels.

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She wore her auburn locks in loose waves for the evening.Beatrice was in good company, accompanied by her boyfriend Dave Clark who was handsome in jeans, a grey jumper and a long charcoal grey overcoat.The pair mingled with Harry's ex Chelsy, who was dressed in black skinny jeans, a blue top and black coat featuring a fur collar.

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The 28-year-old Zimbabwean was thrown a leaving party by her friends at the beginning of the year to mark her departure from the capital in favour of sunnier climes. "Chelsy is moving abroad, indefinitely," a friend told The Telegraph at the time.But Harry's former flame has since moved back to London, where she is reportedly working in a law firm.

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The likes of model Poppy Delevingne, Pixie Geldof, Sir Bob Geldof, Jerry Hall and Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood also braved the cold weather to attend the exhibition.

There was a further royal seal of approval, with Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark and Prince Pavlos of Greece and Denmark making an appearance.

The royal couple posed for a photograph with Princess Beatrice and her boyfriend Dave, with a backdrop of the photographs on show.

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