Princess Beatrice's husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi gushes over her

‘My phenomenal wife looking stunning!’ Princess Beatrice’s husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi gushes over the royal and ‘wonderful’ sister-in-law Princess Eugenie after service at St Paul’s

  • Edo, 38, gushed about his wife Princess Beatrice, 33, after royal service at St Paul’s in London earlier today 
  • The father-of-two shared a sweet snap of royal alongside her sister Princess Eugenie ahead of the event 
  • Couple married in grounds of Windsor Castle in a private ceremony in 2020 and welcomed baby last autumn 

Princess Beatrice’s husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi gushed over his wife in an Instagram post after attending the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations at St Paul’s today.

The Duke of York’s daughter, 33, looked elegant as she arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral alongside Edo, 38, and her younger sister Princess Eugenie, 31, as well as her husband Jack Brooksbank to attend a Thanksgiving Service in honour of the Queen this morning. 

Posting two photos of his wife online, the father-of-two wrote: ‘My wonderful sister-in-law and phenomenal wife looking so stunning.’

Edo, who married in an intimate private ceremony at the Royal Lodge in Windsor in 2020 and welcomed their first baby last autumn, has made regular public appearances this spring alongside Beatrice. 

Princess Beatrice’s husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi gushed over his wife in a rare public statement on Instagram after attending the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations at St Paul’s today

Posting two photos of his wife online, the father-of-two called Eugenie ‘wonderful’ and ‘phenomenal’ Beatrice ‘so stunning’ 

Eugenie, 32, looked stunning in a £1,503 orange dress from Emilia Wickstead as she walked to the Cathedral with Jack. 

Meanwhile, her older sister Beatrice, 33, dazzled in a blue dress by Beulah as she was accompanied by Edo. 

The two sisters joined Prince Charles, 73, the Duchess of Cornwall, 74, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children for the event. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also made a noted appearance.

However, it was announced the Queen wouldn’t attend the service today after experiencing some ‘discomfort’ during the first day of celebrations.

The Duke of York’s daughter looked elegant as she arrived at St Paul’s Cathedral alongside Edo, 38, to attend a Thanksgiving Service in honour of the Queen this morning

Beatrice, 33, dazzled in a blue dress by Beulah as she was accompanied by her husband of two years Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38.

Also absent from proceedings was the girls’ father Prince Andrew, who last night announced he’d tested positive for Covid.

The Duke has been absent from public life since being cast out of the working monarchy and no longer uses his HRH style after Virginia Giuffre, who was trafficked by Andrew’s friend Jeffrey Epstein, accused him of sexually assaulting her when she was 17. The Duke has always strenuously denied the claims.

The Duke of York and Sarah Ferguson’s daughters looked relaxed as they made their way to the Cathedral this morning.

The two mothers, who had left their respective children, August, 16 months, and Sienna, eight-months, at home, looked a picture of unity.

Eugenie’s brown locks were styled neatly in a ponytail under a discreet black hat from Juliette Botterill.

Meanwhile, Beatrice’s strawberry blonde mane was styled in a similar do, under a fascinator that completely matched her dress.

Both sisters sported a glamourous daytime makeup, with a dash of mascara and bronzer to compliment their healthy glow.

Meanwhile, Jack and Edo looked in their element in finely tailored jackets and morning coats.

Jack, who was wearing glasses, was wearing a sunny yellow tie, while his brother-in-law donned a baby blue one that matched Beatrice’s dress.

The two sisters and their husbands were seen smiling and waving at fans as they made their way inside the Cathedral for the service.

It comes after royal authors said Princess Beatrice is stepping into the limelight to ‘help her grandmother the Queen’ following Prince Andrew’s downfall and is ‘much more confident’ after becoming a wife and a mother.

Earlier this week, she attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace as one of a host of royals who were standing in for the Queen, 96, who has bowed out of this year’s garden parties amid ongoing mobility issues.

She has also visited the Chelsea Flower Show alongside Edo and the Royal Windsor Horse Show for a Platinum Jubilee celebration this month, while in April she joined members of the Swedish royal family in Stockholm to attend the World Dyslexia Assembly Sweden.

Style sisters! Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice arrive at the Guildhall for a reception after the service of thanksgiving for the reign of Queen Elizabeth II at St Paul’s Cathedral in London

Beatrice, 33, dazzled in a blue dress by Beulah as she was accompanied by her husband of two years Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, who gallantly help-her out of the car 


Eugenie stepped on the stairs of the cathedrals in a pair of stylish black slip -ons heels, which matched the pretty hat she chose to wear today  

Priness Eugenie chose a vibrant orange dress with a black cocktail hat, while Beatrice was perfectly co-ordinated in shades of blue  

Prince Harry, who was sitting next to Jack Brooksbank, seemed very amused by their conversation as the family waiting for the ceremony to begin 

Eugenie and Beatrice, who looked very elegant, were all smiles as they arrived for the ceremony at St Paul’s this morning with their respective husbands 

Yet the mother-of-one, who welcomed her daughter Sienna in September 2021, has previously been seen as rather private, having had a surprise secret wedding on 17 July 2020, and reportedly held a ‘private christening’ for her daughter earlier this month.

Editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine Ingrid Seward told FEMAIL Beatrice ‘wants to help her grandmother as much as she can’ after Prince Andrew was cast out of the monarchy over his civil sexual assault case.

Royal author Angela Levin added that the Queen’s granddaughter is ‘reliable’ and ‘trusted’ by the Firm and seen as ‘much more confident’ since welcoming her daughter and marrying Edo.

Speaking to FEMAIL, Angela said: ‘I think [Beatrice] is a trusted member of the royal family and seen as somebody who is sound.

The visiting Duke of Sussex, 37, looked deep in thought as his cousins and their partners perused the book of the ceremony

Princess Beatrice paired her blue dress with grey swede heels and looked perfectly relaxed earlier today when she arrived at the event 

Eugenie, 32, looked stunning in an orange dress as she walked to the Cathedral with her husband Jack Brooksbank, 36, left. Meanwhile, her older sister Beatrice, 33, dazzled in a blue dress as she was accompanied by her husband of two years Edo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, right. The two sisters looked elegant. Beatrice wore an orange dress while Beatrice donned a blue dress cinched at the waist with  a built-in belt

Princess Beatrice and Edo Mapelli Mozzi made a striking pair as they arrived before the service was due to start this morning 

Eugenie, Jack and Harry seemed to be in on the same joke as they were seen laughing together after sitting down in the cathedral 

‘When her father was going to be interviewed by Emily [Maitlis for BBC Newsnight in 2019], she was the one who told him not to do it.

‘And now she is married and a mother, she is seen as much more confident,’ added the royal biographer, who said Beatrice has always been seen as ‘having good judgement’ and being ‘reliable’.

Royal biographer Ingrid said: ‘Princess Beatrice is a lovely person and I imagine she wants to help her grandmother as much as she can.

‘She has a baby but has a top Norland nanny to take over when necessary. So I think she enjoys doing royal events with her husband and has the ability and wherewithal to do them.’  

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