On her special day, Princess Beatrice had come with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, her husband. On Friday, they got married at Buckingham Palace. This marriage shifted from May 29, due to pandemic coronavirus.
As per the statement, which came from the palace that in Windsor at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, the wedding had taken place and only being attended by some people only including grandparents of Beatrice, Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II and some other close member of the family.
In London at St. James Palace, the ceremony had taken place and reception lavishly in Buckingham Palace at Elizabeth’s garden.
As confirmed by the palace in April they are looking for other options but do not want to take unnecessary risk. The couple took this decision when lockdown has been extended nationwide by the UK government. They had already rescheduled it two times due to the public scandal of Prince Andrew’s which involved Jeffrey Epstein.
Many photographs of them are out Mozzi, 37, and Beatrice, 31, holding hands together with a smile.
A photo where Philip, 99, and Queen, 94, are standing at a distance with newlyweds for taking photos. They had announced in September 2019 about their engagement, when Mozzi asked questions when they are on a trip for Italy.