At her wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, celebrated in secret a year ago, Princess Beatrice naturally inherited a prestigious title of nobility, passed on by her husband.
Just a year ago, on July 17, 2020, Princess Beatrice married her partner Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, in the greatest secrecy and in small committee, after several months of confinement caused by the epidemic of coronavirus. A union celebrated in Windsor, to which responded notably present, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. On this special day, the daughter of Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew has also received a nice gift from her husband. The latter, an Italian count, has indeed transmitted his title of nobility. Princess Beatrice became a countess after saying “yes” to her beloved.
A title that will also inherit the children of the couple, as the rules of transmission want. They will be made count or nobile donna, depending on whether it is a boy or a girl. “Edoardo is the only male descendant to pass the family to the next generation, he is a count, his wife will automatically be a countess and any of their children will be a count or nobile donna,” explained to the Daily Mail, the father of the newly married, Allessandro Mapelli Mozzi.
When is the birth of the first child of Princess Beatrice expected?
Blessed with happiness since her marriage, Princess Beatrice is living happily with her husband. Currently pregnant with her first child, whose birth is scheduled for this fall, the sister of Princess Eugenie has also just celebrated her 31st birthday, this Sunday, August 8. For the occasion, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, did not fail to address a beautiful statement to his beautiful: “Happy birthday my love. I love you with all my heart,” he wrote, captioning a black and white photo, on which he tenderly embraces his wife on a beach. A beautiful proof of love.