Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, are sharing another first.
The couple, who announced in May that they were expecting their first child in the fall, celebrated their first wedding anniversary on Saturday.
Mozzi marked the occasion with an emotional love note on his verified Instagram account.
“I can’t believe it’s been 1 year,” he wrote alongside a heart, bride and ring emoji. “Every moment of every day is filled with joy, happiness, laughter and love. You are the kindest, sweetest and sweetest. The most beautiful person in the world. Thank you my dear for every second.”
The post was accompanied by a hilltop-view selfie of the couple dressed in casuals. In it, the eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson wears oversize sunglasses and flashes a broad smile.
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The couple were photographed at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships on July 8, where 32-year-old Beatrice flaunted her bump while wearing a striking black-and-white polka-dotted dress.
Mozzie, CEO of architecture/design studio Banda Properties, has a younger son, Wolfie, from a previous relationship with American architect and designer Dara Huang.
The couple married in 2020 at The Royal Chapel of All Saints at the Royal Lodge in Windsor in a slightly delayed ceremony amid the coronavirus pandemic. They were closely related to family including Beatrice’s grandparents, Queen Elizabeth and the late Prince Philip.
Check out her wedding gown: Princess Beatrice borrowed a vintage dress, the tiara, from Queen Elizabeth
Buckingham Palace said in a statement that Beatrice wore a vintage Norman Hartnell dress borrowed by the Queen.
The dress, crafted from peau de soi taffeta with organza sleeves and trimmed with Duchess satin, was worn with the 1919 Queen Mary diamond fringe tiara that the Queen wore on her wedding day. It was made from a diamond necklace gifted by Queen Victoria, according to the palace.
After the wedding, a bouquet of Beatrice – made of pale pink and cream-colored sweet peas, trailing jasmine, ivory spray roses, pink O’Hara garden roses, pink wax flowers, pale pink astringents and myrtle sprigs – was placed on her grave. was. The Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey.
Contributions: Hannah Yasharoff, Sarah M. Monisco and Morgan Hines