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Princess Beatrice Brings Boyfriend Dave Clark To Brooklyn Charity Gala

Princess Beatrice Brings Boyfriend Dave Clark To Brooklyn Charity Gala

12/17/2013

Princess Beatrice was accompanied by her longtime boyfriend Dave Clark to the 8th annual Charity: Water Gala in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Monday evening.

Princess Beatrice Brings Dave Clark To NYC

At the gala at the Duggal Greenhouse, Beatrice donned a long-sleeved, knee length green Jonathan Saunders dress that flared out from her hips. Both Beatrice and Saunders, who wore a black tuxedo and a white shirt unbuttoned at the collar, served as two of the event’s 14 host committee chairs.

"Beatrice had her boyfriend on her arm throughout the evening,” a source told Us Weekly about the happy couple.

Before jetting to the States to attend the event and spend some time with Beatrice’s New York-based younger sister Princess Eunice, Beatrice and Dave had a wedding to attend. On Saturday, they were among the many high-profile guests at the nuptials between Zoe Stewart and Jake Warren in London. Cressida Jones, Prince Harry’s girlfriend was in attendance, as was Mumford and Sons’ Marcus Mumford.

Princess Beatrice & Dave Clark To Marry?

There’s been ample speculation as of late that Princess Beatrice of York and Clark could be headed towards marriage since August when Queen Elizabeth invited Fergie, her ex-husband and both Beatrice and Eunice to join her at Balmoral, reported the Telegraph. Beatrice and Clark, who works for Richard Branson, have been together for half a dozen years. Since Beatrice is sixth in line for the throne, her marriage to Clark would have to be approved by the Queen.

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