Mum of Princess Beatrice’s stepson ‘glad’ he’s being educated in UK

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The mother of Princess Beatrice’s stepson Wolfie said she is “glad” her son is being educated in the UK rather than the more “dangerous” United States. Dara Huang expressed her relief at knowing her six-year-old son with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is not going to die because of widespread gun violence in US schools. The American architect said knowledge Christopher “Wolfie” Mapelli Mozzi is safe makes it easier for her to sleep.

Writing online, Ms Huang said: “I’m glad my son doesn’t go to school in the USA.

“I can sleep at night knowing he won’t die at his desk tomorrow morning.”

The American architect was engaged to interior designer Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi before he married Princess Beatrice in 2020.

Ms Huang made the comment as she returned to the United States as her son Wolfie made his debut alongside dad Edo and stepmum Beatrice at the Royal Family’s Christmas gathering in Sandringham.

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She added: “Not to get all political here, but I went to a sports store in the US to buy tennis shoes today and couldn’t help but notice this huge gun section – post Xmas sale.

“So I walked up to the man and said, ‘What do I need to buy a gun home? Do I need a licence?’ And he said, ‘No, you can buy one right now and either take it in two days or take a $50 two-hour ‘conceal and carry course’ and bring it home right now.”

She added: “And I said, ‘OK, so no licence needed, medical records, history of felony?’ And he said, ‘Nope. You can keep it in your car or home, as you see fit.’

“Literally anybody can buy the most dangerous weapon known to man.”

 

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Ms Huang and Edoardo share custody of their six-year-old son, who mostly lives in the UK.

Princess Beatrice is known to have grown very close to her stepson and Sarah Ferguson said in the past she considers young Wolfie her grandson.

The young boy joined the Royal Family on their traditional walk back to Sandringham after the Christmas service at St Mary Magdalen’s Church.

Wolfie could be seen holding hands with both Beatrice and dad Edo as they greeted the crowds outside of the church.

Despite spending part of the year travelling around the world, Ms Huang has been spending much of her time in west London in recent years.

She said staying in London is “very different” from the transatlantic lifestyle that normally sees her jetting off to New York and Hong Kong.

Wolfie spends time with both her mum and dad Edoardo at his shared house with Princess Beatrice and their one-year-old daughter, Sienna.

The family was reportedly planning to move out of London into a £3.5million manor that Beatrice and Edoardo purchased in the Cotswolds in 2021.

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