Princess Beatrice Looking to Postpone Wedding until 2021 Amid COVID-19 Crisis, Claims Royal Expert
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a royal expert has revealed that Princess Beatrice is considering postponing her wedding until 2021.
Speaking on the podcast, Omid revealed that amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the wedding might not hold until 2021. The British royal Princess Beatrice was set to marry fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, on May 29.
The wedding was planned to be held at the Chapel Royal of St James’s Palace in London, followed by a reception at Buckingham Palace.
As a member of the Royal family, Beatrice and her fiance were expected to have a guest list of about 800 people. This became impossible after the corona.
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the couple announced the cancelation of their reception earlier this month and were said to be considering whether a private marriage with family and friends would be possible.
Just last week, Daily Mail reported that the Princess’s church ceremony might have only five people in attendance. This came after the Church of England gave a directive that Church weddings held during the coronavirus outbreak should be limited to having only five guests.
In February, a source revealed to PEOPLE that the date of the wedding had been adjusted twice to adjust to the scandal surrounding Beatrice’s father, Prince Andrew.
Last November, The Duke of York stepped down from his royal duties after new of his ties with a convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein, came out.
Although the Royal denied any wrongdoing, US attorney Geoffrey Berman disclosed that the Prince was not co-operating with their investigation procedures.
During the wedding planning last year, a source disclosed to PEOPLE that the Prince played a major part in his daughter’s wedding despite his step down from royal duties.
Princess Beatrice is the first daughter of Prince Andrew. She is the ninth to the British Throne, followed by her sister, Princess Eugenie. Although Beatrice is already royalty by birth, she gets to have another royal title added to her by marriage to Edoardo.
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