The Couple married on July 17, 2020, amid the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced the guest list to be reduced for security reasons.
As granddaughter of the late Queen, Beatrix holds the honorific of HRH and ranks ninth in the line of succession, behind her father, Prince Andrew.
Despite her non-working status within the Firm, she remains part of the royal family.
However, her marital union with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi earned her an atypical royal designation.
What other royal title does Princess Beatrice have?
With Edo’s inheritance as an Italian count, Beatrice has automatically assumed the title of conttesa or “nobile donna.
The couple’s daughter, Sienna, also carries the title of “nobile donna,” an honor bestowed upon her from birth.
Count Alessandro Mapelli Mozzi, Edo’s father, explained this family heritage to the Daily Mail:
“Edoardo is the only male descendent taking the family into the next generation. He is a count, his wife will be a countess automatically and any of their children will be counts or nobile donna.”
The Mapelli Mozzi lineage is steeped in history and its roots go back an astounding millennium.
“We as a family celebrated 1,000 years in 1985 with unbroken documented archives,” … “We are one of the only families in Italy to have all the records from that period to today.”
Bea and Edo: An established couple
In July, Edo expressed his adoration for his wife in a touching tribute on Instagram:
“Happy wedding anniversary to the most beautiful wife in the world. I am so grateful for every moment we have shared, every challenge we have overcome, and every dream we have pursued together. I love you more than words can say, and I can’t wait to celebrate many more anniversaries with you.”
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