Princess Beatrice of York


The royal invasion continues!

On the heels of Prince William and Prince Harry arriving in Memphis to attend their good friend Guy Pelly's weekend wedding to Lizzy Wilson, along comes Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

The Princesses of York wasted no time upon their arrival, immediately hitting up the city's famous Beale Street on Thursday night.

The royal gals clearly seemed to be having a good time as they strolled and laughed alongside Wilson and Beatrice's longtime boyfriend, Dave Clark.

Princess Eugenie of York


Meanwhile, earlier in the evening, William and Harry joined Pelly, Wilson and other members of the wedding party for dinner at the Rendezvous restaurant in downtown Memphis.

When the Windsors first arrived at Rendezvous, there were several British people—some who live in Memphis—along with some visiting Australians who came simply to try and get a peek at the royals. The venue was slightly atypical for the duo. For example, the most expensive item on the menu is about $20, and the restaurant doesn't serve desserts. Plus, Rendezvous doesn't offer valet service.

Pelly and Wilson's private party was held upstairs, and it was gated off to keep gawkers at bay.

The bride and groom chose the restaurant because Wilson's family "comes there all the time," a source tells E! News. Around 9:51 p.m., Harry was "at the top of the stairs chatting with people who were drinking beers." According to the source, "The upstairs was packed. Harry was talking to four or five guys. They were really happy and laughing. It seemed like they were having a fun party."

Pelly and Wilson are tying the knot on Saturday, with William and Harry reportedly serving as ushers.

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