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looked in good spirits as he enjoyed a night out at the star-studded party at private members' club Oswald's in on Wednesday night.
The royal, 39, was pictured leaving the upscale VIP bash around 7:30pm, flashing a brief smile as he got into his chauffeur-driven car before making his way back to Kensington Palace.
William, who is rarely seen on a night out, joined James Blunt and his wife Emily, as well as Holly Valance and her billionaire husband Nick Candy as they enjoyed an evening at one of most exclusive of London’s private members’ clubs.
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William looked to have stuck to his favoured formal attire of a grey suit as he was spotted peering out from his car, appearing in high spirits despite his early exit.
The royal's celebrity friend James Blunt, whose wife Emily held a a party at their pub in Chelsea attended by Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice last week, was seen leaving later.
The pair put on a glamorous display, with Emily turning heads in a satin suit and matching high heels as they left inconspicuous entrance of the club - where guests can cellar their own wine.
Elsewhere Holly Valance looked stunning in a white mini dress as she stepped out with billionaire husband Nick Candy before they returned to their £10 million countryside mansion in the Cotswolds, after downsizing from their two-storey Hyde Park penthouse worth £175million.
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Oswald's club is one of London's most exclusive members' only clubs, and they do not even have a social media account.
The club on Albemarle Street in Mayfair is famous among wine connoisseurs, and is owned by Robin Birley, whose father named famous members' club Annabel's after his socialite wife - Lady Annabel Goldsmith.
Oswald's attracts the likes of Dame Joan Collins, Priti Patel, David Beckham, the Earl of Snowdon, and is where Amber Heard was seen partying during the High Court in Johnny Depp’s libel suit against a paper last year.
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