Princess Beatrice’s Friday secret wedding with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi Saturday became a less-than-secret affair, showing the bride and groom walking out of the church, and another queen and Prince Philip, both seen smiling.
In one photo Beatrice, 31, and 35-year-old Maplelli Mozzi, step out of the flower-bed of the All St Chapel in Windsor Great Park. The mystery of Beatrice – which was the ninth corresponding to the throne for the ceremony, was also solved, taking “old” and “borrowing something” to another level.
Her wedding dress was a vintage Pew de Soi taffeta dress, trimmed with Duchess satin and attached to the dénément, in shades of ivory by Norman Hartnell on loan to the Queen. Hartnell designed the queen’s wedding dress, and it became a modified version of the taffeta dress gown that the queen wore at the film’s London premiere. Lawrence of Arabia In 1962.
Beatrice also wore the fringe tiara of Queen Mary Diamond, which the queen wore on her wedding day in 1947. Buckingham Palace said the dress was remodeled and fitted by the Queen’s senior dresser, Angela Kelly, and designer Stewart Parveen.
The ceremony took place after the initial date – May 29 – postponed due to a coronovirus epidemic.
Tiara “is arguably the most emotional [piece] Borrowed so far from the queen, for a very specific reason, ”a source told The people. “The queen saved this grand crown especially for Beatrice. It was always reserved for her because they are exceptionally close.” It was originally made for the Queen Mary by Gerrard & Co in 1919 with a diamond necklace given by Queen Victoria.
“Rani was the guest of honor, and it was very important that she was there,” a source said. The people. “It was planned for some time, and everyone had to be extremely vigilant until the big day because the queen was in attendance. They had to ensure that whoever is participating is in full health. “
“Working within government guidelines, the service enabled her to celebrate her marriage with her closest family, taking into account unique circumstances.“
– Statement of Buckingham Palace
“After postponing their marriage in May, the couple decided to hold a small private ceremony with their parents and siblings. Buckingham Palace said in a statement, “Working in accordance with government guidelines was according to unique circumstances enabling Seva to celebrate her marriage with her closest family.”
About 20 people attended the ceremony, according to the new guidelines for weddings, including a ban on singing bhajans. Guests included Beatrice’s parents, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson.
They do not appear in any yet-released photos, embarrassed Andrew is still wanted for questioning by the FBI over his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, with pressure only increasing on him with the recent arrest and charge of Ghislin Maxwell. It is known that Andrew led his daughter down the aisle, while Mozzy’s young son Wolfie acted as the best man and page boy.
Beatrice created a bouquet – Patrice Van Helden, co-owner of RVH Floral Design, which offers jasmine, pale pink and cream sweet peas, royal porcelain ivory spray roses, pink O’Hara roses, pink wax flowers, baby Pink Estilabe and, in keeping with royal tradition, with antelope.
The BBC reported that according to tradition, Beatrice’s wedding bouquet was placed at the tomb of an unknown warrior in Westminster Abbey; Another photo showed the Reverend Canon Anthony Ball laying the bouquet with Toby Wright, the son of Reverend Paul Wright, the vice-dean of the Chapel Royal.
The service reportedly includes two of the bride and groom’s favorite poems, read by their mothers: saga 116 by William Shakespeare and “I Carry Your Heart With Me” by EE Cummings.
St. Paul had also read the well-known and recited first letter of Corinthians Chapter 13, verses 1–13 – which includes a range of meditations on the meaning of love such as “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. “