Of the members of the House of Windsor, Beatrice of York it is undoubtedly the most secluded. Very reserved, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson does not share anything of her life on her social networks, unlike her younger sister Eugenie, and she hardly sees herself on public occasions, even more so since she became the mother of Sienna Elizabeth, born last September.
The princess made an exception to the rule on Monday, May 23, when together with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi previewed the Chelsea Flower Show. Queen Elizabeth, who arrived by surprise on a buggy, caught all the attention, but Bea and Edo, as they are affectionately called in the family, have not gone unnoticed, more romantic than ever among gardens and flower beds in bloom. Many smiles, eye to eye, very close-knit as always, the two are the portrait of happiness. She is thirty-three years old, he is five more years old, they have been married since May 2020. Theirs was the most armored royal wedding ever, celebrated in Windsorwithout official announcements or carriage parades.
After a few months in St. James’s Palace, the couple left London to move into a cottage away from prying eyes. Destination Cotswolds, a retreat for many other famous ones, such as the Beckhams. Here they are raising her daughter, of which no official photos have ever been released, not even on the occasion of her baptism, celebrated in the royal chapel of St. James’s Palace. With them there is often also Wolfie, the eldest son of Mapelli Mozzi, born from a previous union.
At the beginning of June, on the occasion of the celebrations for the Platinum Jubilee of the grandmother queen, Beatrice will certainly be more present. But on tiptoe, as she likes it.
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