Britain: Princess Beatrice got married by wearing the Queen’s dress


London: Princess Beatrice of Britain married Eduardo Mapelli Mozzi wearing a vintage dress of her grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. Buckingham Palace has released official photos of this wedding, done in a very private and simple manner. The Queen’s granddaughter and property businessman married at the Royal Lodge of Windsor in the Royal Chapel of All Saints. Apart from the parents and siblings of the bride and groom, the 94-year-old British Queen and her husband Prince Philip (99) attended the wedding. The palace said on Saturday that the guidelines were followed to prevent Kovid-19 from spreading at the wedding ceremony.

Beatrice (31) wore Norman Hartnell’s ivory-colored dress and a diamond crown on the head, which the Queen wore at her wedding in 1947. The 36-year-old groom wore a morning suit. Beatrice, the daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, first wanted to marry Mapelli Mozzi on May 29, but the marriage was postponed due to the Coronavirus epidemic. Questions about Andrew’s friendship with America’s sex offender Jeffrey Epstein on this marriage also deepened the crisis. The Prince ceased to carry out his royal responsibilities amid demands by American officials to inquire about Epstein. Epstein, accused of sexual trafficking, died in a New York prison in August 2019.