Yes, a wedding always calls for a special edition Random Royaling. Right now, all we know are the following facts.
Per Buckingham Palace, “The private wedding ceremony of Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took place at 11am on Friday 17th July at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, Windsor.”
It was a COVID-19 era wedding for sure. Attendees were said to number approximately 20, and remained properly socially distanced. The Royal Chapel is lovely, but small, so the ceremony was sure to have been intimate. It is said that Bea did wear the gown she intended to wear in May, and we can all keep our fingers crossed for some interesting headgear, right? The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were seen heading to the ceremony.
And here they are! Details on the revamped Hartnell dress and swooning over the Queen Mary Fringe – same tiara HerMaj wore on her big day – are in the comments. As usual, the community is ahead of the hofdames.
Some photos from the groom’s cache.
Newly wed Edo has shared some snaps of his wedding day! A better look at the dress. They look so happy 🥰
— Victoria Howard (@TheRoyalExpert) July 19, 2020
The bouquet at Westminster Abbey.
— Mirror Royal (@MirrorRoyal) July 17, 2020
The royal florist at Windsor, Martyn Crossley, shared some of the flowers from the ceremony on Instagram. Lovely, and leaves me wanting more.
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Flowers for Royal bride Princess Beatrice of York after her marriage to Mr Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi this morning in Windsor Great Park #royalwedding #windsorgreatpark #princessbeariceofyork #britishmonarchy #weddingflowers #weddingflorist #summerwedding #royalwindsor #martyncrossleytheflorist #windsor #bride #royalbride
That’s all we have so far, folks! Photos are out today, and Handbaggies of all types are usually even quicker on the mark than the Hofdames, so drop them in the comments, and we’ll catch up as soon as we can! Happy Saturday, all.