Prince William enjoys a rare night out as he joins celebrity friends James Blunt and Nick Candy for a star-studded Christmas party at Oswald’s
- Prince William attended a star-studded Christmas party in a private members’ club
- Oswald’s is one of the most exclusive London private members’ clubs in Mayfair
- William, who is rarely seen on a night out, was seen next to boyfriend James Blunt
Prince William looked gleeful as he enjoyed a night out on Wednesday night at the star-studded Christmas party at private members’ club Oswald’s in London.
The royal, 39, was pictured leaving the luxury VIP bash around 7:30pm, with a brief smile as he got into his chauffeured car before returning to Kensington Palace.
Rarely seen on a night out, William joined James Blunt and his wife Emily, as well as Holly Valance and her billionaire husband Nick Candy as they enjoyed an evening at one of London’s most exclusive private clubs.
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Prince William looked cheerful as he enjoyed a night out on Wednesday night at the star-studded Christmas party at private members’ club Oswald’s in London
James Blunt, the famous friend of the royal family, whose wife Emily hosted a party last week at their Chelsea pub, which was attended by Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, was later seen as they left.
William appeared to be wearing his favorite formal attire of a gray suit when he was seen peering out of his car, appearing cheerful despite his early departure.
James Blunt, the famous friend of the royal family, whose wife Emily threw a party last week at their Chelsea pub, which was attended by Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice, was later seen as they left.
The pair put on a glamorous show, with Emily turning heads in a satin suit and matching high heels as they exited the club’s nondescript entrance – where guests can store their own wine.
Elsewhere, Holly Valance looked stunning in a white mini-dress as she stepped out with billionaire husband Nick Candy before returning to their £10 million rural mansion in the Cotswolds, after downsizing their two-storey Hyde Park penthouse worth £175 million.
The royal, 39, was pictured leaving the luxury VIP bash at around 7:30pm, with a brief smile as he got into his chauffeured car before returning to Kensington Palace
Oswald’s club is one of the most exclusive of London’s members, and they don’t even have a social media account.
Famous among wine connoisseurs, the club on Albemarle Street in Mayfair is owned by Robin Birley, whose father named the famous members’ club Annabel’s after his sociable wife – Lady Annabel Goldsmith.
Oswald’s attracts the likes of Dame Joan Collins, Priti Patel, David Beckham, the Earl of Snowdon, and it’s where Amber Heard was seen on the Supreme Court in Johnny Depp’s libel suit against a newspaper last year.
Elsewhere, Holly Valance looked stunning in a white mini dress as she stepped out with billionaire husband Nick Candy
Holly Valance looked stunning in a white mini dress as she stepped out at the star-studded Christmas party at Oswald’s in London on Wednesday night.
Prince William’s appearance comes amid claims he was furious over a BBC Two documentary that aired ‘baseless’ alleging that he and his staff were telling the media about Harry and Meghan.
The BBC reportedly refused both William and Buckingham Palace and Clarence House – the households of the Queen and Prince of Wales – to preview the two-part programme, although the company did offer a ‘right to reply’.
The first episode of The Princes and The Press detailed media coverage of the young royals from 2012 to 2018 and how they were affected by what happened to their late mother.
It suggested there was “competitiveness” between the various royal households and that, according to Omid Scobie, co-writer of the flattering Harry and Meghan biography, Finding Freedom, negative stories against Meghan had been deliberately leaked to “put her in her place.”
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