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Princess Beatrice’s mother shared an Instagram post of herself in the garden’s at her Windsor country home. She was promoting the latest episode of Storytime with Fergie and Friends.
The Duchess of York can be seen holding a children’s book, Boodie to the Rescue, outside Royal Lodge.
Princess Eugenie’s personalised swing from her childhood can also be seen behind the Duchess and another bench further up in the garden.
The grand outside space has many gorgeous features which Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie both enjoyed in their childhood at Royal Lodge.
The garden is home to a miniature thatched cottage playhouse passed down to the family from the Queen.
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The garden at Royal Lodge also provided the perfect space for Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi to have their socially-distanced wedding reception in July.
The small party hosted 14 of the royal couple’s close friends.
To maintain social distancing rules, the reception took place outside the Royal Lodge using a marquee named The Duke of York.
The marquee was filled with sofas, a jukebox, draft beer and a dartboard.
The newlyweds also provided their friends with specialty cocktails and bespoke catering.
They even hired a bouncy castle which would have given Mr Mapelli Mozzi’s four-year-old son Wolfie something fun to enjoy.
Guests spent the night in glamping pods set up on the grounds of the Duke and Duchess of York’s country home in Windsor.
Princess Beatrice and Mr Mapelli Mozzi reportedly invited over 100 family and friends to the original celebration plans.
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But due to the coronavirus pandemic the couple were forced to reduce the number of guests.
A statement from the Royal Family said the celebration was kept to “close family”.
Photographs of the wedding show the Queen and Prince Philip with the royal couple outside The Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor.
The Queen lent Princess Beatrice a vintage dress for her wedding day and a diamond fringe tiara.
The Duke and Duchess of York also attended the celebration as well as Mr Mapelli Mozzi’s parents and Princess Eugenie.
After their wedding, Princess Beatrice and Mr Mapelli Mozzi went on a low-key honeymoon.
The newlyweds were spotted driving a small car in the south of France by a tourist.
They are enjoying a “small honeymoon” with a bigger trip planned this month.
A source told People magazine: “They are on a small honeymoon in France.
“They have a longer more luxurious honeymoon planned for August.”
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