PRINCESSES Beatrice and Eugenie went on a bizarre double date, with both sisters holding hands with Bea’s boyfriend.
Millionaire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 35, was seen hand-in-hand with both the York sisters as the trio walked through London’s Notting Hill.
The pair were enjoying a double date, with Princess Eugenie’s husband, Jack Brooksbank, not a part of the hand-holding, but walking ahead of the rest.
The 30-year-old, who wed Jack last October, was happy to hold Edoardo, known as Edo’s hand, as the four headed to a nearby restaurant.
And they mixed it up a bit as well, with Princess Beatrice, 29, later spotted in the middle and holding hands with her sister and her boyfriend.
The elder York sister has seemingly given Edo the royal seal of approval, after the pair began dating last October.
They went public with their relationship in March, after Princess Beatrice attended a charity fundraiser at the National Portrait Gallery with her new beau.
And we revealed an engagement could be on the cards after Edo, who has a two-year-old daughter with ex-fiance Dara Huang, moved into Princess Beatrice’s plush St James’ Palace Pad.
Speaking to the Sun on Sunday, a source close to the royal said: “They are incredibly happy and already planning the wedding.
“Edo has moved in with Beatrice at her apartment in St James’s Palace and spends most of his time there.
I don’t know if he has actually got down on one knee with a ring yet, but they are openly talking about marriage and it will either be later this year or possibly early in 2020.”
And he’s already met the parents, with Edo joining the York family, including Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, at the Bahrain Grand Prix earlier this year.
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