Why Princess Beatrice’s wedding dress is so very special

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There was a royal wedding this weekend, and hardly anyone knew about it. After Princess Beatrice and her fiancé, property developer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, had to reschedule their grand wedding in London on May 29 due to the coronavirus, they decided last Friday to go for a small wedding Windsor. But the wedding may be small, but it was very special.

Princess Beatrice’s wedding dress

At the ceremony, Princess Beatrice’s grandmother and grandfather, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, of course present, and especially the queen received a beautiful tribute from her granddaughter. Princess Beactrice and Queen Elizabeth II are very close to each other, and Beatrice showed this again by marrying her grandmother’s dress and tiara (scrolling down for the photos). How special.

Princess Beatrice walked into The Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge in Windsor Queen Elizabeth’s vintage Norman Hartnell dress to the altar. Above that, she wore the lavish Queen Mary-tiara who is the queen self wore on her wedding day with Prince Philip, in 1947. You don’t get much better ‘something borrowed’ than this.

Princess Beactrice and Queen Elizabeth II

Sources say that Princess Beatrice her grandmother was therefore very involved in her wedding and that she planned this new date ‘around the schedule of the queen’. Only about 20 people were present at the wedding, completely covid-19 safe, and Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi kept a safe distance from the 94-year-old all the time Queen Elizabeth II and 99-year-old Prince Philip. Princess Beactrice’s father, the much talked about and now controversial Prins Andrew, she walked to the altar. Of course her mother was also Sarah Ferguson there.

Hello! let us know that everyone had been very careful in the run-up to of ceremony:

“It had been planned for some time and everyone had to be extremely careful in the run-up to the big day because the Queen was present. They had to make sure everyone who was present was in perfect health. “

Princess Beatrice looked beautiful on her big day, surrounded by countless soft pink and white flowers when she came out of the church in her wedding dress. Queen Elizabeth II first wore the dress in 1967, at the so-called State Opening of Parliament. The queen’s dresser, Angela Kelly, and seamstress Stewart Parvin, now tailored him for Beatrice and made minor adjustments, such as the organza sleeves that were added (this was a nod to Mother Sarah Ferguson’s wedding dress).

Look and compare:

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queen elizabeth at the opening of parliament in 1967

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Wonderful, if you ask us.

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