Princess Beatrice is rolling with the A-listers!
With less than a month to go before cousin Prince Harry's upcoming royal wedding with Meghan Markle on May 19, the British royal went on a trip to Jordan with some of her famous friends like Ellie Goulding and Karlie Kloss.
Beatrice is seen hanging with the A-list crowd in a group photo from the Wadi Rum Desert posted on Tuesday by designer Misha Nonoo, who is close friends with Markle and is credited for having introduced her to Harry back in 2016.
Also in the photo is Joshua Kushner, who Kloss has been dating for years and is the brother of Ivanka Trump's husband, Jared Kushner, and Caspar Jopling, Goulding's boyfriend.
See photos from the vacation below:
Kloss and Kushner have also been sharing photos from their star-studded desert vacation. In one photo from the group's ATV excursion, Kloss and Goulding are seen sharing a laugh on their respective vehicles, while in another, Kushner rests his hand on Kloss' knee. Kloss captioned the former shot "My ride or die," a rare public acknowledgement of her relationship with Kushner.
During their trip to Jordan, the group rode ATVs, went on group camel rides and enjoyed an acoustic performance of "Burn" by Goulding, among other things.
Of the group, surely Beatrice and Misha are the two who fans of the royal family can expect to be at the upcoming royal wedding at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. It's possible Goulding will be there, too, as she and Harry had a rumored fling back in June of 2016, just before Harry began his relationship with his wife-to-be. Goulding also performed at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding reception back in 2011.
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