Queen Elizabeth apparently might miss her grandaughter’s, Princess Beatrice, royal wedding.
Princess Beatrice and her boyfriend, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, announced their engagement on 26th September and will get married in 2020 but Queen Elizabeth might not be there.
Yes, finally one more royal wedding has arrived! We were all feeling really hungry for some royal wedding substance, and it has been over a year now since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got married. (Would you be able to trust it??) Princess Beatrice’s Italian beau, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, popped the inquiry a week ago and asked Princess Beatrice to marry him. They dated for some time, so it’s not too astonishing that they’re prepared to get married.
The couple initially opened up to the world about their relationship back in December. They declared the updates on their commitment on September 26. Beatrice and Edoardo will probably have a broad royal list of people to attend the wedding.
Be that as it may, in spite of her connections to the royal family (she’s cousins with Prince Harry and Prince William, for the love of God), one significant visitor may not appear—her grandma, Queen Elizabeth. Be that as it may, like…why the hell not?
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Flying to Italy isn’t on the queen’s agenda in 2020, it seems.
All things considered, as indicated by royal master Ingrid Seward, Queen Elizabeth will likely not appear if the wedding isn’t in England. “I think in her heart, Beatrice might want to be hitched in Italy where Edo’s from, however, it is highly unlikely the ruler will travel to Europe for the wedding, so it should be in England,” Seward disclosed to The Royal UK.
Kinda cruel, I know, however, Queen Elizabeth is a bustling 93-year-old ruler, all things considered. Voyaging that far may be a great deal on her pressed timetable and health!
The truth will surface eventually where Beatrice and Edoardo will at last hold their pre-marriage ceremony. Regardless, St. George’s Chapel in Windsor (where Meghan, Harry, and Beatrice’s sister, Princess Eugenie, got hitched) is constantly a sound decision!