London Fashion Week: Bea and Dave get cosy while stars attend Burberry's 3D show

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The royal couple enjoyed a stylish date at Amanda Wakeley's LFW show
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Meanwhile there was a Hollywood turnout – including Kristen Stewart, Kate Hudson and Mary-Kate Olsen - for Burberry's history-making unveiling
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She was supposed to have her eyes on the runway, but Princess Beatrice found herself distracted from the designs on display at the Amanda Wakeley London Fashion Week show.

The Duchess of York's elder daughter kept sneaking glances at her American-born boyfriend Dave Clark as the pair sat in the front row.

Clearly, after three years together, the romance is still alive in the couple's relationship.

While the royal sweethearts checked out Amanda's collection of capes and leather pieces bearing her hallmark psychedelic motifs, Hollywood stars were out in force for Burberry's history-making show.

Some of the stars watching the first catwalk presentation ever to be broadcast live in 3D, included Kristen Stewart – whose Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson has just confirmed they're a couple - and Claire Danes.

Kate Hudson, in a emerald green statement dress and Mary-Kate Olsen were also there

The show, which featured designs heavy on texture – including winter coats made of fur and leather – was screened at special venues in New York, Paris, Dubai, Tokyo and Los Angeles.

And in another fashion first, much of Yorkshireman Christopher Bailey's collection - billed as a "salute to the services" - was available to buy online after the presentation.

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