Dara Huand and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were engaged before the property mogul met Princess Beatrice.
The couple are parents to a little boy, Christopher Woolf said “Wolfie” aged 6 years.
Dara Huang spoke about school safety in the United States.
Sunday, December 25, 2022, the British royal family went to the first Christmas service at Sandringham, since the death of Queen Elizabeth II. If the children of Prince William and Kate Middleton were particularly noted, another little boy was also present for the occasion. This is Christopher Woolf or “Wolfie”, the son of Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and stepson of Princess Beatrice.
The 6-year-old boy comes from a past relationship between the real estate mogul and architect Dara Huang. The latter was born and raised in the United States, where her maternal grandfather had emigrated from Taiwan. In January 2022, the young woman obtained British nationality, while she divides her time between Florida, London and Hong Kong.
Dara Huang: “I’m glad my son doesn’t go to school in the United States”.
Since the marriage between Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Princess Beatrice, Wolfie grew up in England with his half-sister Sienna. A relief for his mother who confided in the education he receives, as reported by the Daily Mail. Indeed, the young architect declared: “I am happy that my son does not go to school in the United States. I can sleep at night knowing that he will not die at his desk tomorrow morning”. In 2022, nearly 600 mass shootings took place in the United States and 1,500 children were killed in gun-related incidents.
While her family home is in the United States, Dara Huang was recently shocked by how easy it was to get a gun. “I went to a sports store in the US to buy some tennis shoes today and couldn’t help but notice this huge section of guns,” she said before. to continue: “Literally, anyone can buy the most dangerous weapon known to man”. A real danger for the mother who considers herself “happy” that her son can grow up in England.
Princess Beatrice of York, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and Christopher Woolf © AGENCY