Pippa Middleton and Nico Jackson have taken their romance from Mustique to the slopes of Saint Moritz, and now the pair are enjoying spending some time together in London.
The happy couple were spotted leaving the exclusive LouLou's members' club on Thursday evening, looking happy and relaxed after their evening out.
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Pippa, 29, seemed in high spirits and smiled broadly as she left the venue with her handsome escort. She was dressed for the occasion in a white blazer, worn over a lacy white top, and jeans. Dapper Nico, meanwhile, kept out the evening chill in a navy blue overcoat and grey scarf.
The setting for Pippa and Nico's date night was one of the city's most fashionable hotspots. LouLou's is the basement nightclub attached to 5 Hertford Street in Mayfair, owned by Robin Birley, the son of Lady Annabel Goldsmith and nightclub owner Mark Birley, the man behind iconic London venues Annabel's and Harry's Bar.
Aristcrat Robin, who was left disfigured when he was mauled by a tiger at Howletts Zoo when he was 12, is the half-brother of Zac, Jemima and Ben Goldsmith through his mother's second marriage.
It's not the first time Pippa has been spotted at LouLou's. She has been on a number of occasions, and in October 2012 attended with her sister Kate Middleton and brother-in-law Prince William on a rare evening out for the royal couple.
The eligible brunette was first linked to Nico, 35, at the start of the year — and by February the stockbroker had already been introduced to her family. He joined Pippa, Kate and Prince William as they holidayed in Mustique with her parents Michael and Carole and her brother James.
Nico's delighted mother has also given the relationship her blessing, describing Pippa as "absolutely charming".
While eligible Pippa has been linked to aristocracy in the past, Nico has a distinctly 'normal' background. He grew up in a middle-class red-brick terraced house in Folkestone, Kent, and attended the Harvey Grammar School in Folkestone, before earning a business degree at Kingston University. He went on to make his millions as a stockbroker at Deutsche Bank.