White notebook! Princess Beatrice said yes to her fiance Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi Friday July 17 at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge (Windsor), a beautiful wedding, originally planned for May, celebrated in all discretion – due to the coronavirus pandemic but also in order not to add water to the scandal mill. The princess’ dad, Prince Andrew, is indeed at the heart of rape accusations and implicated because of his links with the pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who was killed in his prison in the United States in the summer last, an apparent suicide.
The outcry greatly affected the family of York, in particular Beatrice, who was delighted to celebrate a marriage like that celebrated by her sister Princess Eugenie, a beautiful, grand wedding, in the presence of all the Royal family.
Only 20 guests
Instead, Princess Beatrice had a very low-key wedding, attended by just 20 guests, reports The Mirror. Only the close members of the two married were present, the cousins of the princess – William, Harry, and their wives Kate and Meghan – were therefore not present. “The couple decided to hold a small, private ceremony with their parents and siblings, after their originally slated May wedding was postponed. Working within government guidelines, the service was in line with the unique circumstances while still keeping them. allowing them to celebrate their marriage with their closest family, “read a press release from Buckingham Palace.
Indeed, in Great Britain, only ceremonies of less than 30 people can be celebrated, a measure put in place since the containment across the Channel last March. This is why William, Kate, Harry, Meghan, Charles or Camilla were among the big absent from the wedding.
Princess Beatrice of York and her companion Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi at the exit of the restaurant “34” d © Backgrid UK / Bestimage