Royal weddings through the years, from Meghan and Harry to Charles and Diana

Princess Beatrice married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in a secret ceremony on Friday 17 July

Sabrina Barr
Saturday 08 August 2020 08:00
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On Friday 17 July, Princess Beatrice and her partner, property tycoon Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, were married in a secret ceremony at Windsor Castle.

The nuptials were attended by several members of the royal family, including the Queen the Duke of Edinburgh and the bride’s parents, the Duke and Duchess of York.

The couple’s wedding was originally supposed to take place in May, but their reception had to be cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The most recent royal wedding before Princess Beatrice was that of her sister, Princess Eugenie, who married wine merchant Jack Brooksbank at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in October 2018.

Five months prior, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are now living in Los Angeles, were married in the same location.

One of the most anticipated aspects of royal weddings is finding out the designer of the bride’s gown.

The Duchess of Sussex opted for a design by former artistic director of Givenchy Clare Waight Keller, while Princess Eugenie wore a dress created by fashion designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos.

As Princess Beatrice and Mr Mapelli Mozzi’s wedding was held in secret with few people in attendance, photographs have not yet been released by Buckingham Palace in celebration of their union.

Click through the gallery below to take a look at previous royal wedding ceremonies from throughout the years.

Following the news that Princess Beatrice and Mr Mapelli Mozzi had wed, the Palace released the following statement.

“The private wedding ceremony of Princess Beatrice and Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi took place at 11am on Friday 17th July at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at Royal Lodge, Windsor,” it said.

“The small ceremony was attended by the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and close family. The wedding took place in accordance with all relevant Government guidelines.”

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