The Queen‘s granddaughter, 32, was spotted enjoying lunch at the restaurant in Mayfair this lunchtime and appeared in high spirits as she beamed and chatted to the waiter.
Beatrice opted for a chic yet stylish outfit, wrapping up in a camel coat with a black scarf and red headband.
The outing comes just days after she met with friends at a riverside cafe for a catch up and after she enjoyed a meal out with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 36 at the exclusive members club George in Mayfair.
Princess Beatrice, 32, proved she has been making the most of lockdown restrictions lifting in London today as she dined out at celebrity favourite Scott’s today
The Queen ‘s granddaughter was spotted enjoying lunch at the restaurant in Mayfair this lunchtime and appeared in high spirits as she chatted to the waiter
Princess Beatrice wore her auburn tresses in loose waves over shoulders and opted for a natural makeup look.
She could be seen studying the lunch menu during her outing on the terrace at the restaurant, before she shared a laugh with a fellow diner.
Scott’s has long been a royal favourite, but also boasts numerous celebrity fans.
It was also the scene of the infamous nose-tweaking incident between Nigella Lawson and then husband Charles Saatchi last summer that led directly to the end of their marriage.
The royal could be seen studying the restaurant’s bold yellow menu as she chatted with a member of staff
Other famous diners to patronise the restaurant include Formula 1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone, rocker Ronnie Wood and his 37-year-old wife Sally Humphreys.
A seafood restaurant, it is described on its website as offering ‘the finest oysters, fish and crustacea’ and also has an attached champagne bar.
The menu includes a choice of seven different types of oyster, including the Dungarvan Rocks variety for £16.95 for six, and Beluga caviar for an eye-watering £70 for just 10g.
Other options include a smoked salmon starter for £16.25 and a whole grilled lobster for a relatively reasonable £21.
Princess Beatrice opted to wear a camel jacket with a black scarf and velvet red headband for the occasion
It comes days after she joined her husband and friends for a lunchtime meal at a riverside cafe.
Beatrice opted for a casual low-key look for the occasion, pairing a dark blue gilet with a black floral dress, while Edo donned a navy jacket with straight black trousers.
And it wasn’t the first time the royal has been seen making the most of post-lockdown life in London.
Last week, Beatrice and Edo dined out with one another at an exclusive member’s club.
Meanwhile Princess Beatrice wore her auburn tresses in loose waves over shoulders and opted for a natural makeup look for the outing
The couple appeared smitten as they enjoyed dinner on the terrace at the club, with Beatrice beaming as she chatted to her husband.
It is not known whether Beatrice is a member of the exclusive club – which counts the likes of David Cameron among its regulars and costs more than £750 a year – or just a guest.
Infamous for its strict dress code, t-shirts, leggings and flip flops are strictly banned for female guests while men are forbidden from sporting untucked shirts.
A bottle of wine can cost as much as £28 a glass, while one bottle of vintage champagne is priced at an eye-watering £700.
She has been spotted at the club in the past, and was seen leaving the exclusive bar at 2.30am the week of her sister Eugenie’s royal wedding.
The outings come after a difficult period for Beatrice, as the royal family came to the official end of the mourning period for her grandfather Prince Philip.