Princess Beatrice arrives in St. Moritz for Dasha Zhukova's to Stavros ...

Princess Beatrice has flown into Switzerland for of close friend Dasha Zhukova to billionaire shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos.

The Princess was spotted with fiancé Edoardo Macelli Mozzi in the exclusive resort of St. Moritz as the pair went skiing ahead of the tomorrow.

The Royal couple are staying at the five-star Kulm Hotel, owned by the groom's family, where the celebrations will take place tomorrow.  

Princess Beatrice and fiancé Edoardo Macelli Mozzi have flown into Switzerland for wedding of close friend Dasha Zhukova to billionaire shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos

Princess Beatrice and fiancé Edoardo Macelli Mozzi have flown into Switzerland for of close friend Dasha Zhukova to billionaire shipping magnate Stavros Niarchos

Princess Beatrice was seen in ski wear as she hit the slopes of St Moritz with her fiance ahead of the star-studded wedding in the luxury Swiss resort tomorrow

Princess Beatrice was seen in ski wear as she hit the slopes of St Moritz with her fiance ahead of the star-studded in the luxury Swiss resort tomorrow

Beatrice was seen wearing a tan colour ski jacket with white safety helmet and ski goggles as she walked behind Mr Mozzi, who was dressed in red and carried the skis and sticks

Beatrice was seen wearing a tan colour ski jacket with white safety helmet and ski goggles as she walked behind Mr Mozzi, who was dressed in red and carried the skis and sticks

The Princess, wearing a tan colour ski jacket, white safety helmet with ski goggles walked behind her fiance who was dressed in red and carried the skis and sticks.

Before they left, Beatrice was hugged by Roman Abramovich's former wife Dasha, who showed the Princess a sparkler on her engagement finger in the hotel foyer.

Also joining the royals skiing today were Monaco royal Pierre Casiraghi, grandson to Grace Kelly, art dealer Vito Schnabel from New York and Dasha who looked stunning in a black ski outfit. 

Tomorrow's will be a star-studded affair with celebrities such as soccer ace David Beckham and actress Gwyneth Paltrow expected to fly in to attend.

Ivanka is also rumoured to be going to see the couple tie the knot. The will be a star-studded. 

Beatrice brushed off her woes over father Prince Andrew to really enjoy the Swiss Alps

Beatrice brushed off her woes over father Prince Andrew to really enjoy the Swiss Alps

Sources at the resort say Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner are renting a private mansion in the Via Tinus area of St Moritz where steel magnate and billionaire Lakshmi Mittal owns a large chalet, overlooking the alpine mountains.

Locals call the area ‘Billionaire’s bluff’ because of the array of luxury homes based there, many on private roads. 

Ivanka and Jared are expected to be joined by his brother Joshua Kushner and his model wife Karlie Kloss who flew in earlier this morning.

Ivanka's private plane is said to be scheduled to touch down tonight at Samedan Airport, a private air strip which is a few minutes from the Kulm Hotel where the majority of the 300 guests are staying.

The four are firm friends with Dasha and meet regularly in Manhattan where they have homes.

A source said: 'This will be an elegant and very smart affair befitting to the couple's style. Everything will be in good taste.

'There will be caviar and champagne, lots if it, but there's also a disco tonight in the hotel which has been booked entirely for the guests.

'The emphasis is on fun and celebration.'

Florists were busy shipping in bundles of pink and lilac roses which were placed in vases around the entrance to the ballroom where tonight's pre- party will be held. 

Dasha and Stavros touched down in Switzerland's resort town St. Moritz on Monday, ahead of their star-studded wedding this weekend

Dasha and Stavros touched down in Switzerland's resort town St.

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