Posh London Dinner for Princess Beatrice Causes Accusations

A POSH London dinner for Princess Beatrice causes accusations of breaking COVID-19 restrictions.

The posh dinner at Mayfair restaurant Isable was held on Wednesday, with five people that do not live together. Princess Beatrice, aged 32, has been accused of breaking COVID-19 restrictions as the dinners were from a minimum of two households. She was also seen posing close-up for a selfie with Perter Dundas.

Central London is currently in Tier 2, and a royal source has said that the dinner was a “introductory work meeting”, meaning it would have been permissible under the rules. London is facing the possibility of moving into Tier 3 as cases on Coronavirus grow.

Considering the meal was a potential work commitment, Beatrice’s husband Edoardo Mozzi, aged 37 was also in attendance, as was a friend. The meal took three hours and was said to have included very expensive alcohol and appear of a social nature.  

According to The Sun a fellow diner said, “I couldn’t believe my eyes. If the Royal Family can’t get coronavirus rules right, what hope for the rest of us?” and that “There is a very serious side to this and Beatrice deserves a ticking off.”

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