Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi were finally married following the private ceremony at Windsor last week, after cancelling the original date two months ago because of the pandemic.
The couple had planned to marry on May 29 in a 150-guest ceremony in London, but decided to cancel soon after the UKs lockdown began in late March.
They shared pictures of their wedding day taken by royal photographer Benjamin Wheeler on Friday (17 July) on social media, which sees them looking ever so happy on the gardens of the Royal Lodge at Windsor, where they tied the knot in front of close family, including Beatrice’s grandparents, the Queen and Prince Philip.
Beatrice wore a vintage Norman Hartnell dress borrowed from the queen.
She also wore a very significant piece of royal jewelry for the occasion, which she also borrowed from her grandmother – the Queen Mary diamond fringe tiara, which Her Majesty also wore on her own wedding day to Prince Philip back in 1947.
I know some of you have never really got on board with Princess Beatrice’s style, but I’m sure you’ll admit that she was glowing and looked beautiful in this dress.
While I do love and prefer how the Queen originally wore this gown without sleeves, I do like how Beatrice made this look her own. The sleeves bring a princessy element to the wedding gown.
Credit: The Royal Family Instagram / Benjamin Wheeler