She’s kept her love life on the lowdown since her split from boyfriend Dave Clark back in 2016, but Princess Beatrice might just be ready to get back in the dating world. The royal was recently spotted cozying up with a mystery man in a hoodie, but now his actual identity has been revealed.
The princess' mystery man is none other than the high-flying CEO James Williams, who used to be a student at the University of Leeds and has a host of celebrity friends, including Robbie Williams and Eva Longoria.
James left his home in Surrey for the United States a few years ago and after meeting boxer Floyd Mayweather, he became the CEO for his new business venture. Mayweather Boxing & Fitness is Floyd’s next challenge and with James at the helm, the pair hopes to open 500 gyms worldwide.
On his public Instagram profile, James revealed he recently partied alongside Floyd at his lavish birthday celebrations in the states. The fitness fanatic also shows off his prowess for adventure sports, including scuba diving and skydiving.
Apart from posting photos of himself on private jets and lavish holidays, he also appears to have a collection of fancy cars, including the $AU180,000 blue Bentley he was spotted driving after having dinner with Beatrice. The 29-year-old princess was spotted exiting West Hollywood hotspot Madeo, trying to keep a low profile as she drove off with the British businessman.
Princess Beatrice has been known to be single for a while now, ever since she split with boyfriend of 10 years, Dave Clark. However, she has apparently stepped back on the wagon, given her romantic rendezvous with James. And we think that it might have something to do with her younger sister, Princess Eugenie's engagement.
Princess Eugenie got engaged to her long-time boyfriend Jack Brooksbank earlier this year, and the pair is to be married at St George’s Chapel, Windsor in October, where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will also tie the knot in May.
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