Pregnant with her first child, Princess Beatrice is enjoying the joys of motherhood in peace. In an interview with the British media Hello Magazine, the little girl of the sovereign revealed her elegant interior within the St James Palace.
Princess Beatrice seems to love chic works of art. From trendy mirrors to black and white family snapshots, Beatrice D’York’s interior is mostly stylish. In an interview with British media outlet, Hello Mag, the 33-year-old princess revealed a rare glimpse of her home. More modern and personal, the decoration of her interior, in the heart of St James’ Palace, is surprising to say the least: “The living room is filled with photos of her and Edo, as well as snapshots of her travels around the world and photos with her parents and sister,” reports the Daily Mail.
Pregnant with her first child, Sophie Ferguson’s daughter is staying there with her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. But her large house, located in central London, is not usual for an intimate member of the royal family. Indeed, the princess did not fail to highlight the members of her family on her wall. From her screen, the faces of her parents – Andrew and Sarah Ferguson and her sister, Princess Eugenie, are easily identifiable.
Princess Beatrice, passionate about the arts despite her neurological disorder
Thus, the cousin of Prince Harry, particularly attached to his family, is much more accessible according to the expert designer Benji Lewis: “the glimpse of Beatrice’s house shows its accessibility, because it “did not look like an “old royal residence”, reports the British media Daily Mail. But the expert goes further in his analysis and manages to detect the intentions of the mother-to-be: “The background suggests someone who wants to create a warm and welcoming interior, who likes structure and a sense of calm,” he explained. Indeed, the young woman does not hesitate to mix contemporary elements with more traditional ones.
An arts enthusiast, Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter attends many events including the National Portrait Gallery. In addition, her sister Eugenie is the director of the London gallery Hauser & Wirth. With an eye for the latest trends in decorating, Her Royal Highness opted for a neutral off-white wall. Far from being a “formal royal residence,” Princess Beatrice’s home looks strangely normal. Despite her dyslexia – which she discusses in this interview – Beatrice of York has cultivated her many gifts… Including her passion for the arts.
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