After their initial wedding was cancelled due to coronavirus, Princess Beatrice and her fiancé Edoardo Mapelli tied the knot on Friday at the Buckingham Palace. The event was confirmed in a statement:
Her Royal Highness Princess Beatrice of York and Mr Mapelli Mozzi have been touched by the warm wishes they have received since their wedding, and are delighted to share two additional photographs of their happy day.
Buckingham Palace released just four pictures of the small ceremony, with only 20 people at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor, Berkshire. Among those present were, of course, Beatrice's parents the Duke and Duchess of York.
Beatrice had even isolated with her father Prince Andrew so that the duke could walk his daughter down the aisle. No doubt he was keeping a low profile following the arrest of his former friend Ghislaine Maxwell for sex trafficking offences.
The princess wore a beautiful vintage 50's dress loaned by the Queen's wardrobe. The bride also had the amazing honour of wearing the Queen Mary Tiara, which the Queen herself had on for her wedding in 1947.
British jeweller, Shaun Leane, designed a stunning platinum and diamond wedding ring, mixing Victorian and Art Deco elements. Three-year-old Wolfie, Edoardo's son from his previous union was the cutest best man and pageboy at the ceremony.