Princess Beatrice writes that she’s “so excited [...] to begin life”, as an inside source leaks that her wedding date is set for May 29th.
Princess Beatrice's engagement and coming wedding to fiancé, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, has been overshadowed and delayed by a series of huge royal scandals.
The bride-to-be's father, Prince Andrew, was forced to step down from royal duties for the foreseeable future, after his ties to Jeffery Epstein were revealed. The Princess had to cancel her engagement party due to the unfortunate timing of the revelations.
He is actually considered to be so poisonous to the royal image that, due to association to him, Beatrice's wedding will not be broadcast on UK TV.
Then, there was Megxit. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down and moved to Canada, which sent the media into a frenzy and shifted any attention that may have been on planning poor Beatrice's wedding.
Although it has been tough, nothing seems to have darkened the Princess' perspective on the wedding of her dreams. Beatrice penned a handwritten note to a royal blogger, Katherina, who had congratulated Beatrice and Edo on their engagement.
"We are so excited to get married and begin life together," she gushed, alongside a photo of the loving couple looking into each other's eyes.
And now it seems that Princess Beatrice will not have to wait too much longer, as an inside source tells The Sun that, with all the royal drama behind them, a wedding date has now been set: May 29th, 2020.
"The decision has been delayed repeatedly because of all the issues, but finally they have something that seems to work," said the insider, "barring any problems, that should be when it goes ahead,"
The last 6 months have left relationships within the family frayed and, given unusual level media attention now focused upon them, "the Queen has asked everyone to come together to put on a united front," claims the source.
"The press officers of all the palaces hope to portray the Beatrice wedding as the big event that brings the family back together again."