Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edaordo Mapelli Mozzi, got married today in an intimate ceremony at the All Saints Chapel Royal at the Royal Lodge, Windsor. The couple had to postpone their wedding to May due to foreclosure measures, and instead decided on a silent ceremony attended by a few family members.
“The little ceremony brought together the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and a close family.
“The wedding took place in accordance with all relevant government guidelines. ”
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Who were Princess Beatrice’s bridesmaids, was Eugenie a maid of honor?
Beatrice’s wedding guest list is largely unknown without an official announcement from Buckingham Palace.
Due to the restrictions on guests being limited to 30, whether Beatrice has had any bridesmaids is not yet known.
The Queen and Prince Philip were in attendance, and the Queen spoke about the wedding in a subsequent engagement today.
Speaking to the fundraising hero, Captain Sir Tom Moore and his family, after knighting him at Windsor Castle, she said, “My granddaughter got married this morning, Philip and I managed to make it happen – very nice. “
Princess Eugenie is also said to have attended the wedding of her older sister, although the role she may have played is unknown.
Princess Beatrice was a bridesmaid at Eugenie’s wedding in May 2018, so the youngest Princess of York may have returned the favor.
Eugenie already had a special role in Bea and Edo’s relationship, having taken their engagement photos.
At the moment Eugenie posted some pictures on Instagram and said: “Beabea – wow! I’m so happy for you my very dear fat sissy and my dear Edo.
“It took a long time to happen and you are both supposed to be.” ”
Edo’s parents, Nickki Shale and Alex Mapelli Mozzi may also have attended the ceremony, as well as Nikki’s husband, David Williams-Ellis.
Edoardo’s three-year-old son Christopher, known as Wolfie, must have been the groomsman at his father’s wedding – and perhaps he was there to play this important role.
Beatrice may be waiting to host a wedding reception, as lockout rules currently state that wedding receptions and parties after the holidays are not allowed.
For the bride and groom, the wedding receptions can no longer take place before the month of August.
Boris Johnson announced today that up to 30 people will be able to attend a reception after a wedding starting August 1.
This comes after more than three months of marriage cancellations, with tens of thousands of couples having to postpone their ceremonies.
Today Mr Johnson announced his intention to get the UK back on track, saying from Downing Street: “I sincerely and sincerely hope that we can revisit the outstanding restrictions and allow a more meaningful return to normalcy from November, at the earliest, perhaps in time for Christmas. “