- Princess Beatrice is “furious” that she’s had to delay her wedding date announcement again.
- Sources say Bea and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi will get married in May.
Update, February 5:
We're getting a few more details about Princess Beatrice's wedding, you guys! People confirmed that the wedding will be taking place on May 29, like The Sun initially reported. The wedding reception will be held at Buckingham Palace, while their ceremony service will be somewhere close by, like the Royal Military Chapel (it's up the street from the Palace).
Apparently, the wedding is going to be a "low-key affair" which is what Beatrice and Edoardo have always wanted. Right, because having a palace wedding is totally the definition of "low-key!"
Original Story, February 4:
It’s been 84 years since Princess Beatrice announced her engagement to Edoardo Mapelli (kay, fine, it’s only been since September), and the recent drama among the royal family has definitely complicated things.
Basically, Beatrice hasn’t been able to announce her wedding date due to the ongoing scandal with her dad, Prince Andrew, not to mention the drama surrounding Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s royal exit. And The Sun reports that she’s “furious” about the big reveal being put off.
“The decision has been delayed repeatedly because of all the issues, but finally they have something that seems to work—and barring any problems, that should be when it goes ahead,” a source said. “The queen has asked everyone to come together to put on a united front.”
According to insiders, Beatrice and Edo will wed on Friday, May 29, and then have a reception at Buckingham Palace. The wedding venue itself, however, has yet to be confirmed. “The press officers of all the palaces hope to portray the Beatrice wedding as the big event that brings the family back together again,” a source says. “Aides know this will be a tough job, but it’s all they can do not just to save the wedding but potentially the monarchy’s reputation.”
Wow, all of this sounds so...uh, romantic. :|
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