Princess Beatrice and her new husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi have shared new photos, giving royal fans an even closer look at her magical wedding dress.
The newlyweds, who postponed their official royal marriage ceremony in May because of the coronavirus pandemic crisis, held an intimate ceremony with close family instead.
And now, they have given us a more detailed look at the wedding dress Beatrice borrowed from her grandmother the Queen. The new snaps also show show Beatrice and her Italian property tycoon husband smiling at the Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, Windsor.
In a statement, posted on Twitter, the couple said they were so “touched by the warm wishes they have received since their wedding” they wanted to share more of their “happy day”.
Even though there were suggestions Beatrice's father Prince Andrew, didn't attend, Buckingham Palace confirmed he was there but no photos of Andrew or her mother Sarah Ferguson were released. Prince Andrew did walk her down the aisle, the palace confirmed.
He has recently been embroiled in the scandal surrounding Jeffrey Epstein and has officially stepped down from royal life.
Smiling happily, 31-year-old Beatrice wore an ivory taffeta gown designed by Norman Hartnell that was originally worn by the Queen in 1962. She also wore the Queen Mary diamond fringe tiara, worn by Her Majesty on her wedding day in 1947.
Beatrice and her husband began dating in autumn 2018 and got engaged last September.
The couple are said to have started a relationship after meeting again at Beatrice’s sister Princess Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank.
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