Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi pop at Waitrose in Belgravia

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Princess Beatrice was spotted stocking up on supplies today as she and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi made their way to Waitrose in Belgravia.

The newlyweds, who currently reside in Beatrice’s apartment at St James’ Palace, carried three loaded shopping bags along the sidewalk before getting into their Range Rover.

Beatrice, 32, sported a cool but laid back vibe, dressing all in black and layering a mac coat over a flowing skirt, adding a pop of color with a tan fall scarf.

She completed her look with white sneakers and wore a black shopper with a herringbone pattern.

Princess Beatrice was seen stocking up on lockdown supplies today as she and husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi made their way to Waitrose in Belgravia

The newlyweds, who currently reside in Beatrice's apartment at St James' Palace, carried three heavily loaded shopping bags along the sidewalk.

The newlyweds, who currently reside in Beatrice's apartment at St James' Palace, carried three heavily loaded shopping bags along the sidewalk.

The newlyweds, who currently reside in Beatrice’s apartment at St James’ Palace, carried three heavily loaded shopping bags along the sidewalk.

Beatrice wore her voluminous loose locks around her shoulders and seemed to keep her accessories to a minimum, but her gorgeous engagement ring caught the light as she carried her bag.

Edo, 37, donned blue jeans and a pale blue collarless shirt under a navy blazer.

The two sported face masks as they strolled the streets of central London, with Edo in a polka dot design.

The couple, who were secretly married in Windsor in July during the lockdown, had previously been spotted shopping for groceries at the London branch of the supermarket with Edo’s son Wolfie from his previous relationship with the American architect Dara Huang, in September.

Beatrice, 32, sported a cool but laid back vibe, dressing all in black and layering a mac coat over a flowing skirt, adding a pop of color with an autumn tan scarf

Beatrice, 32, sported a cool but laid back vibe, dressing all in black and layering a mac coat over a flowing skirt, adding a pop of color with an autumn tan scarf

The couple shopped along the sidewalk before getting into their Range Rover and leaving

The couple shopped along the sidewalk before getting into their Range Rover and leaving

The couple, who were secretly married in Windsor in July during the lockdown, had previously been spotted shopping for groceries at the London branch of the supermarket with Edo's son Wolfie from his previous relationship with the American architect Dara Huang, in September.  Photographed in a car today

The couple, who were secretly married in Windsor in July during the lockdown, had previously been spotted shopping for groceries at the London branch of the supermarket with Edo’s son Wolfie from his previous relationship with the American architect Dara Huang, in September. Photographed in a car today

The outings suggest that Beatrice and Edo are settling into married life in London. Wolfie plays an important role in their life together in the city, with friends who previously spoke about the good relationship Beatrice has with her new stepson.

Meanwhile, Beatrice’s pregnant sister, Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, have moved into Frogmore Cottage, following the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s move to the United States.

An insider claimed on Friday that Harry and Meghan had their belongings shipped to California after “moving vans set up in the middle of the night and emptied the cottage”.

The two sported face masks as they strolled down the street in central London, with Edo in a polka dot design

The two sported face masks as they strolled down the street in central London, with Edo in a polka dot design

It would have been a “strong enough sign” that the couple had “no plans to return” to Windsor.

Harry and Meghan are said to have “blinded” members of the royal family when they handed over the keys to the couple.

“Obviously, the Queen was notified after the couples spoke about the plan,” an insider told The Sun.

“But it’s really a deal made between Harry, Meghan, Eugenie and Jack. There is a close connection between them.

There is now speculation that Eugenie and Jack’s Kensington Palace home, the three-bedroom Ivy Cottage, could be an option for Beatrice and Edo.

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