Princess Beatrice, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, has married her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a small private ceremony in Windsor.
The wedding was attended by the Queen, the Princess’s grandfather Prince Philip, her father Prince Andrew, and mother Sarah, Duchess of York, Buckingham Palace confirmed to the BBC.
The wedding was also attended by other close relatives, Buckingham Palace said, and conducted in accordance with the current U.K. government guidelines on social distancing. Since July 4, weddings welcoming up to 30 guests have been permitted in the U.K. once again.
At the time of writing, Buckingham Palace has yet to release any photos from the wedding. It took place at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, the Princess’s childhood home, where her parents still live, which is located a few miles from Windsor Castle.
Her younger sister Princess Eugenie married husband Jack Brooksbank at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle in October 2018 – the same venue chosen by her cousin Prince Harry and wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex earlier that year.
Princess Beatrice, who is ninth in line of succession to the British throne, was due to marry Mapelli Mozzi in May before Coronavirus forced the couple to postpone the ceremony.
She became engaged to Mapelli Mozzi, founder-CEO of a property development company and the son of Count Alessandro Mapelli-Mozzi, last September.
Hearty congratulations to the happy couple on their big day.
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