The Princess of York has confirmed the date for when she will marry Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.
While there have been several rumours around Princess Beatrice's wedding date, the young royal has finally confirmed the day when she will walk down the aisle. The Royal Family have officially announced that Princess Beatrice will marry Italian business entrepeneur, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on Friday May 29th 2020.
Although Princess Beatrice does not have an Instagram account of her own, her sister, Princess Eugenie shared an adorable photo of the two of them as flower girls, sharing the happy news.
"She's so excited... Today the family announced Beatrice will marry Edo on 29th May 2020. Very proud of this moment. xx," Beatrice's younger sister wrote.
While being two years younger than Beatrice, Eugenie was the first out of the two sisters to marry when she wed Jack Brooksbank in 2018.
The sisters have always been incredibly close, no doubt relying on each other heavily amid their father's recent scandal.
Princess Beatrice has chosen to steer away from recent royal traditions and not televise her wedding which will take place in the Queen's private Chapel Royal at St James Palace with a private reception later in the Buckingham Palace gardens.
Instead of receiving gifts, it's been reported that the couple have asked guests to donate to two charities close to the Princesses heart. Cricket Brings Hope uses the game for positive social change in Rwanda, while Princess Beatrice founded Big Change in 2012 - focused on supporting youth. The website asks for all wedding guests, and members of the public wanting to show their support to donate directly to the charity.