- Rachel Burchfield
Do we (finally) have a Royal Wedding date?
According to Cosmopolitan, we can mark our calendars: Insiders are saying Princess Beatrice will marry fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on Friday, May 29. (They’re not the first Royals to get married on the 29th – Charles and Diana were married on July 29, 1981, and William and Kate were married on April 29, 2011.)
Previous reports indicated they’d marry in Edo’s home country of Italy because of everything going on with Prince Andrew, but now it looks like the couple will marry in London and have their reception at Buckingham Palace – the first Royal couple to do so since William and Kate nine years ago, and a rare get for a non-heir.
According to The Sun, Bea is annoyed that she has to keep putting off announcing details of her big day because of, first, her dad’s scandal, and then Harry and Meghan’s exit.
And, uh, no pressure – the Queen is seeing this Royal Wedding as the chance to show the Family as a united front. Aren’t wedding days stressful enough?