On Instagram, Princess Beatrice of York, cousin of Princes Harry and William has just announced her engagement with her darling Millionaire Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. In couple for about two years, the two young people have planned to get married in 2020.
Marriages are linked in the British royal family. Next year, the British will celebrate the fifth royal wedding in less than two years because today it is Princess Beatrice of York, daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew (son of Queen Elizabeth II) who comes to announce on Instagram his engagement with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. In the aftermath, the Buckingham Palace via the “Theroyalfamily” account also announced the big news by congratulating the bride and groom and stating that the request took place during a romantic stay in Italy earlier this month and in adding that the wedding would take place in 2020.
More happy than ever, the fiancés have released a series of official photos where the pretty ring of the 36-year-old is clearly visible: ” We are extremely happy to be able to share the news of our recent commitment. We are both very happy to embark on this adventure of life and look forward to being married. “
At just 36, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is already multimillionaire and made his fortune in real estate. An accomplished businessman, he is now director of the real estate company Banda Property, founded by himself in 2007. An opera enthusiast and cricket fan, the young man has for years been a multimillionaire his fortune is not known.
In couple with Princess Beatrice for about two years, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi was initially frowned upon by the English … especially because he is a father of a two-year-old boy. The fact that he separated from his son’s mother a few weeks after his birth to directly coo with Beatrice had indeed been talking.
No details regarding the marriage, but no doubt it will certainly be as grandiose as that of his sister Eugenie. The latter was indeed united to Jack Brooksbank in October 2018. Congratulations to the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II who is now ninth in the order of succession to the throne of England.