The mere fact that it was held in the era of COVID-19 in front of only 30 people means that Princess Beatrice’s royal wedding to Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi was one of a kind.
A far cry from Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and her sister Princess Eugenie’s lavish nuptials in 2011 and 2018, Beatrice’s wedding was understated and brimming with sentimental touches.
But given the lack of flashing cameras, live news coverage and throngs of royal-obsessed fans swarming outside, the public hasn’t had the unfettered access its grown used to when it comes to royal weddings. In fact, you could say there’s even an element of mystery.
But, because we love to know all the intimate and unknown details of weddings, we’ve dug into all the details you may have missed from the day.
From her recycled shoes to the sweet poem read during the ceremony, here, everything to know about Beatrice and Edoardo’s big day.
And the bride wore vintage
Actually, the bride wore vintage head to toe
Princess Beatrice’s Valentino shoes.