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Princess Beatrice's Husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi Has Sweet Tribute to Wife on His Monogram

Rebelander Basilan
Oct 04, 2020
01:00 A.M.
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Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, a British property developer who recently tied the knot with Princess Beatrice, had a special tribute to his new wife on his monogram.

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Princess Beatrice's husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi had an image of a bumblebee added to his monogram as his way of honoring her. The bumblebee, which the princess has adopted as her personal symbol, is seen over the property developer's initial "E."

Meanwhile, the monogram of Princess Beatrice is topped by a crown, which symbolizes her status as a "Her Royal Highness," as seen in an Instagram photo shared by the Buckingham Palace Shop on September 22. 

Princess Beatrice attends the Royal Ascot in June 2019. | Photo: Getty Images

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In 2018, Beatrice used a bumblebee at the wedding of her sister Princess Eugenie, when she served as maid of honor. She also uses the symbol on her stationery.

Meanwhile, the items of the official wedding collection include a tea towel and a pillbox. There's also a shortbread to keep in a handbag for emergencies.

According to the Buckingham Palace Shop, "The beautiful and exclusive design shows the couple's initials surrounded by a bouquet of pink roses, peonies, lemon blossom and thistles, secured with a York Rose."

Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mozzi at London's National Portrait Gallery in March 2019. | Photo: Getty Images

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The wedding dress of Princess Beatrice is now on display at Windsor Castle in addition to the souvenirs. Royal fans can also see the princess's recycled Valentino shoes and a replica of her bridal bouquet in the castle.

Beatrice, the elder daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson, sported a floral dress and face mask to see the exhibit ahead of its official opening.

In another snap, Mozzi is seen gazing lovingly at Beatrice.

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York and Prince Andrew, Duke of York at Ascot Racecourse on June 21, 2019 in Ascot, England | Photo: Getty Images

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For her wedding day, Beatrice made a last-minute request to Queen Elizabeth to borrow her 1960s-era dress by Norman Hartnell. In 1961, Her Majesty first wore the dress for a State dinner at the British Embassy in Rome during a State Visit.

A year later, the Queen wore it again to the premiere of the film "Lawrence of Arabia" in London, and in 1966 for the State Opening of Parliament. Meanwhile, much of Beatrice and Mozzi's big day has remained a secret.

However, a few details from their special day have been revealed. This includes the romantic poem that was read during the ceremony on July 17, 2020, at the Royal Chapel of All Saints, Royal Lodge, Windsor.

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The ceremony featured both personal touches and current pandemic health practices. Ferguson and Nikki Williams-Ellis, Mozzi's mother, read two of the couple's favorite poems — Sonnet 116 by William Shakespeare and "I Carry Your Heart with Me" by American poet E.E. Cummings.

Even though the wedding of Beatrice and Mozzi was a surprise, the couple still shared photos from the romantic ceremony on social media for royal fans.

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In one photo, the bride and groom are seen hand-in-hand on the grounds of All Saint's Chapel in Windsor Great Park. In another snap, Mozzi is seen gazing lovingly at Beatrice.

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A month ago, Beatrice couldn't have looked happier as she pulled off the secret royal wedding in July. In an interview with PEOPLE, nutritionist Gabriela Peacock said that the princess looked stunning.

Peacock is also a close friend of Beatrice. In fact, her daughter is a godchild of the princess. Unfortunately, she was unable to attend the wedding of Beatrice and Mozzi due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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