Us Weekly: How Princess Beatrice Feels about Having Children with Husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
Princess Beatrice is allegedly excited about starting a family with her newlywed husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
Nearly a week after Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi walked down the aisle, fans have begun speculating about when the couple will start a family.
A source provided some answers when they told Us Weekly, “Bea can’t wait to have kids of her own. She’s planning to start a family with Edo very soon and is hoping it’ll happen this year.”
While celebrating the pair’s union, [it was] reported that Beatrice is now a stepmother as her husband has a son, known as Wolfie, from a previous relationship.
The royal couple, who was initially slated to get married in May, had to put a hold on their big day due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Edoardo and Beatrice eventually got wed in a private ceremony that was held on 17 July 2020, in a chapel at Windsor. For the event, Beatrice opted to “borrow” a gown from her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The Queen made the occasion even more special by allowing her granddaughter to wear the same tiara she rocked during her wedding to Prince Philip in 1947.
For her feet, People noted that Beatrice rocked the pair of Valentino shoes that she previously wore as a guest to two weddings. Just before Beatrice’s big day wedding, her excited mother, Sarah Ferguson, shared a sweet message on social media.
According to People, Sarah took to her Instagram page to drop an image that had some words from the motivational speaker and writer, Denis Waitley. Through the caption, the Duchess of York expressed her gratitude to well-wishers before she stated that:
“never has a mother been more proud than the wedding of Eugenie and Jack, and again with my Beatrice’s loving wedding to Dear Edo.”
While celebrating the pair’s union, Town and Country Magazine reported that Beatrice is now a stepmother as her husband has a son, known as Wolfie, from a previous relationship.
The father-of-one is also the co-founder of Cricket Builds Hope (CBH), which is a charity outfit that focuses on teaching Rwandans how to play cricket. Since they cannot receive wedding gifts, Beatrice and Edoardo asked well-wishers to make donations to CBH.