Princess Beatrice recently married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi and one guest has since taken to social media to congratulate the happy couple.
On Monday, Princess Eugenie, 30, celebrated her older sister, Princess Beatrice’s wedding to Mozzi. Posting alongside four of the newlywed’s wedding photos, Eugenie played around with her sister’s name stating: “Couldn't Bea happier (get it).”
She then confessed that it had been “a complete joy and privilege to watch” her “beautiful big sister” walk down the aisle to marry Mozzi whom she nicknamed “Edo.” Eugenie also noted that she was “so proud” of her.
Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice of York at the Ascot Racecourse on June 22, 2017, in England | Photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images
Eugenie concluded her post by wishing the pair a “Happy wedding day.” Last Friday, her older sister got married in a small ceremony at All Saint’s Chapel in Windsor Great Park.
HER SMALL WEDDING
Her wedding only had around 20 guests including Mozzi’s siblings and parents. Beatrice’s grandparents, Prince Philip and the Queen were also in attendance.
The princess and Mozzi were originally supposed to get married in May 2020 but had to postpone due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease. On June 29, 2020, the British government put a ban on weddings.
A WEDDING DURING COVID-19
Mozzi and his bride then started planning a wedding that would fit along the safety guidelines set by the government. Their wedding venue was not that far from Beatrice’s parent’s family home at Royal Lodge.
THE WEDDING PHOTOS
She and Eugenie’s parents are Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew. Beatrice and Mozzi only share four images from their social distancing wedding.
HARRY & MEGHAN CONGRATULATE BEATRICE
No images of the guests were shared beside one of the Queen and Philip standing a short distance from the newlyweds. According to a “Hello!” magazine source, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have allegedly sent their good wishes and congratulations to the new couple.
SUSSEXES COULDN’T ATTEND
The Sussexes couldn’t attend the wedding physically due to COVID-19 restrictions. They are currently living in Los Angeles with their son Archie, 1, since they stepped down from their royal duties in March 2020.