Princess Beatrice and Edoardo look loved-up as they enjoy festive date night

Princess Beatrice and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were spotted in London on Tuesday night and appeared more loved-up than ever as they showed support for a festive carol concert.

The 35 year old smiled for the cameras and leaned into Edoardo as she donned a cosy grey wrap coat with a checked pattern. While her property developer husband, 40, opted for a black jacket and navy trousers.

Beatrice also paired her Temperley coat with suede black boots and wore a low ponytail and minimal make-up.

It's thought that the mum-of-one also worse this outfit for Kate, the Princess of Wales', Christmas carol concert at Westminster Abbey last year.

Their festive date night to St James' Church in London Piccadilly meant the couple, who got married in 2020, showed support for The Quintessentially Foundation & The Firefly Project at St James's Church.

Beatrice has also attended the event in previous years and is named on the committee for the annual Fayre of St James'.

Other famous faces at the event included Gabby and Kenny Logan, Simon Le Bon, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Freya Ridings.

The Fayre hosted a concert, which featured carols, performances and readings, and helped to raise funds for the Quintessentially Foundation and its initiative The Firefly Project.

The project focuses on children and young people battling the effects of poverty and disadvantage in London.

Beatrice's appearance follows a rare interview from her sister Princess Eugenie where she opened up about their close relationship.

Eugenie, 33, appeared as a guest on Kate Thornton's White Wine Question Time podcast, and opened up about her relationship with older sibling Beatrice, 35, and how their similar life experiences have meant they share an exceptionally close bond.

The mum-of-two said: "Beatrice and I, our whole lives, we've always had each other. We're the only ones going through exactly what the other is going through at exactly that time as a girl – in our family, our place of work, whatever it is. I think that's extraordinary to think about."

She then sweetly added: "We're not twins, yet you go through life knowing exactly what the other one is going through. She's my big sissy, she's a legend."

Eugenie went on to brand Beatrice a "great mum" and admitted she calls her sister "for everything", and regularly reaches out to her own mum, Sarah, Duchess of York, for advice.

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