Pippa Middleton showed some skin in a plunging red dress on Saturday night for the Boodles Boxing Ball at London's Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel. She was joined by many other members and friends of the royal family. Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie also dressed up for the occasion, as did Prince Harry's ex Chelsy Davy. Pippa and Kate's younger brother James threw on a tux much like aristocrat Henry Beckwith, who brought his apparently on-again girlfriend Geri Halliwell. The Boxing Ball is a big annual charity event in the UK, and Prince William attended three years ago with then-girlfriend Kate. It was underwritten by the jewelry company Boodles and proceeds went to benefit the Starlight Children’s Foundation and the Lieutenant Dougie Dalzell Memorial Trust. Pippa and boyfriend Alex Loudon met up once inside, and were seen sharing a passionate kiss after the bash as they waited for their car at around 4:30 a.m.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie dressed up to celebrate what would have been Queen singer Freddie Mercury's 65th birthday in London last night. The girls attended the "Freddie For a Day" bash, held to benefit the Mercury Phoenix Trust, at the Savoy Hotel, along with Beatrice's boyfriend Dave Clark and their good friend Holly Branson. Many of the other attendees chose to dress up in their best Freddie Mercury ensembles, but Beatrice and Eugenie stuck to cocktail dresses.
Princess Beatrice visited one of her favorite London spots, the Kensington Roof Gardens, last night to celebrate the space's 30th anniversary alongside her boyfriend, Dave Clark. The London hot spot is owned by Dave's boss Richard Branson, who made two thumbs ups as he left the venue. Richard's kids, Sam and Holly, also stepped out to join the fun. Pippa Middleton recently celebrated Holly Branson's engagement to Fred Andrews, but Kate Middleton's younger sister wasn't able to make yesterday's bash. Princess Beatrice has been busy lately wrapping up a year of studies at Goldsmiths College and attending royal events like the Epsom Derby with Kate Middleton and Prince William. Her mother, Sarah Ferguson, meanwhile, is making the press rounds to promote her upcoming show on Oprah's OWN network. In a recent interview, Sarah revealed that she and her estranged husband, Prince Andrew, actually still live together in the same English home with their daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie. The first episode of her program, Finding Sarah, airs this Sunday.