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Princess Beatrice finally wed her now husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, in a lowkey ceremony on the Windsor Castle grounds. The royal wedding was kept a secret from the public until it had happened, with only a select few pictures being published. However, Mr Mapelli Mozzi was forced to delete some shots that were “sneaked” online after, as ITV Royal Rota podcast hosts Chris Ship and Lizzie Robinson revealed, he was ordered to by the Palace.
Ms Robinson said: “They were due to get married at the end of May, and that was obviously postponed due to COVID.
“So I think this secret wedding was, in part, because they wanted to get married, and also because of the situation surrounding Prince Andrew.
“The way ceremonies are having to happen at the moment are in very small groups up to 30 people.
“So they had their parents, their grandparents and their siblings there, it was a very very close gathering.”
Mr Ship gave further insight: “We saw the pictures, they released two on Saturday.
“This was so as to not overshadow Captain Tom’s knighthood on Friday.
“Then another two were released on Sunday after Edo himself put a few on them online.
“A few of them, then pulled them down definitely because Buckingham Palace told him to.”
He added: “At the end of the weekend, we had four official photographs and one that had sneaked its way onto Instagram temporarily.
“It was a real sort of family affair with Edo’s son, who is four, being the best man and page boy.
“It would have been nice to see pictures of that really.”
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This was the first private wedding for nearly 250 years in the Royal Family.
Beatrice wore a modified dress that belonged to the Queen.
The Queen wore it in her younger years, designed by Norman Hartnell.
The Princess also wore Queen Mary’s Fringe tiara.
This was what the Queen wore on her own wedding day.
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